Arquivos de tags: Metodologias de Ensino

Inglês como meio de instrução: curso do British Council

20/02/2016

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British Council lança curso inédito no brasil de inglês como meio de instrução O EMI Summer School será realizado em Natal e Florianópolis e destaca o Inglês como um meio de instrução para profissionais de educação superior A língua inglesa é utilizada como idioma acadêmico universal e, no Brasil, cada vez mais universidades utilizam o […]

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Guided Reading: The Romance and The Reality by Fountas and Pinnell

31/07/2013

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Guided Reading: The Romance and The Reality by Fountas and Pinnell Another great article for language arts teachers.

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Engaging in Genre Study with Dr. Fountas at Lesley University

19/07/2013

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Genre Study: Teaching Fiction and Nonfiction Books Being a bilingual teacher is not only knowing well at least two-languages or have deep understanding of language acquisition and bilingualism theories or just know well a content-area like reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. Being a effective bilingual teacher  is to use the acquired knowledge in […]

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Success in Two-Way/Dual Language Education – Models and Outcomes by Dr. Lindolm-Leary

19/07/2013

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Here, in the States, it is summer time. All kids are having fun and savoring the great weather and time off from school. As teachers, we are refreshing our mind with other things besides school work, but also acquiring new learning to apply for the next school year. Well, with that in mind, I would […]

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Educação Especial Bilíngüe Inclusiva

01/06/2013

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Resources in bilingual special education is scarce. For this reason, I would like to share some of the resources that I learned while taking online courses in Bilingual Special Education at The George Washington University, Washington, DC. As far as I know in the U.S., there are only a few programs and I believe this […]

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Os Múltiplos Benefícios do Programa “Dual Language”

01/06/2013

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Os Múltiplos Benefícios do Programa “Dual Language” This is an interesting article about the benefits of dual language programs written by the well-known researchers in the area Dr. Virginia Collier & Dr. Wayne Thomas from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. If you would like to refresh tha main concepts about bilingual education with an […]

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Nursery Rhymes: Uma seleção de cantigas e parlendas em inglês trabalhar com seus alunos

22/05/2013

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As cantigas infantis fazem parte do patrimônio cultural da infância e devem fazer parte da história de todas as crianças. E aprender cantigas e parlendas em uma segunda língua pode trazer uma série de benefícios para as crianças: Amplia o vocabulário Ensina e desenvolve a pronúncia Auxilia na consciência fonológica Dá acesso a elementos culturais […]

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Mitos Gregos e Mitos de Leitura – Rick Riordan

19/05/2013

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Last month, I had the opportunity to attend Rick Riordan’s lecture as a keynote speaker in the International Reading Association Conference in San Antonio. The speech was inspiring and made me feel proud of being a reading teacher. For this reason, I would like to share his discource which he posted in his blog to […]

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What if Finland’s great teachers taught in U.S. schools?

16/05/2013

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Finland’s education expert Pasi Sahlberg Finland’s Pasi Sahlberg is one of the world’s leading experts on school reform and the author of the best-selling“Finnish Lessons: What Can the World Learn About Educational Change in Finland?” In this piece he writes about whether the emphasis that American school reformers put on “teacher effectiveness” is really the best approach […]

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O que é “top teaching” nas salas de aula?

05/04/2013

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O que é “top teaching” nas salas de aula? If you are looking for new ways to teach your students, check out this Scholastic’s website to see what other teachers are doing in their classroom, especially Beth Newingham’s and Julie Ballew’s blog. You will find great reading and writing workshop ideas.

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