Writing process to improve journalism students’ skills of the Technical University of Babahoyo


  • Cecilia Elizabeth Dahik Solis Universidad técnica de Babahoyo
  • Kerly Jazmín Feijóo Rojas Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo
  • Karina De Mora Litardo Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo
  • Cecilia Isabel Caneppa Muñoz Universidad Técnica de Babahoyo

Palabras clave:

writing skills, the writing process, compositions, the students’ background, Anthony’s quadrant method, level of complexity


Since the early days, writing has been considered as one of the most challenging skills to be promoted to students around the world because of writing, in a foreign language, reveals for many studies to be placed at a different level of complexity.  On the one hand, the students’ mother tongue interferes with the development of a foreign language, and they are also unwilling to write.  On the other hand, other reasons can be connected on why students show difficulties in writing tasks, and that is why writing must be researched deeper. Therefore, this case study attempts to enhance students writing skills of fifth semester students of journalism school through the use of writing process, as well as, Anthony’s quadrants method to gather the evidence.   This study is developed in four sections.  In the first part, it is detailed the core of the problem and the students’ background in which this case study is focused on. The second part provides reliable information concerning the evidence gotten with the method applied throughout the writing process.  The third part states the results and its analysis.  In the last part details the conclusions of this case study based on the findings.


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Dahik Solis, C. E., Feijóo Rojas, K. J., De Mora Litardo, K., & Caneppa Muñoz, C. I. (2021). Writing process to improve journalism students’ skills of the Technical University of Babahoyo. Journal of Science and Research, 6(1), 185–200. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.utb.edu.ec/index.php/sr/article/view/893



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