Music Therapy

30/01/2011 00:19
 MUSIC THERAPY    Everyone has an inner rhythm, a sonic identity that differentiates other. Identify it and balance it are some procedures of music therapy which has been an alternative to working with children with mental deficiency. The story goes...

Panorama das Diversas Abordagens e Métodos de Ensino.

29/01/2011 22:27
  PANORAMA DAS DIVERSAS ABORDAGENS E MÉTODOS DE ENSINO             Apesar de nosso intuito com o presente trabalho ser o de analisar o livro didático para o ensino de língua inglesa confrontando-o com os PCNs, acreditamos que se faz necessário...

O Livro Didático: Alcances e Limites.

29/01/2011 22:21
  O Livro Didático: alcances e limites             O livro didático no Brasil, com honrosas exceções, sempre foi considerado de qualidade duvidosa e que não cumpre seu papel de apoio ao processo educacional. Muitos são autoritários e fechados,...

Os Parâmetros Curriculares Nacionais: uma visão crítica.

29/01/2011 22:10
  OS PARÂMETROS CURRICULARES NACIONAIS: UMA VISÃO CRÍTICA             Os Parâmetros Curriculares Nacionais (PCNs) têm sido motivo de muita discussão entre os educadores e estudiosos do meio acadêmico. É sempre difícil chegar a um acordo em...

Teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP)

29/01/2011 01:04
Teaching English for Specific Purposes (ESP)   How is English for Specific Purposes (ESP) different from English as a Second Language (ESL), also known as general English? The most important difference lies in the learners and their purposes for learning English. ESP students...

Tongue Twister

29/01/2011 00:57
Tongue Twister    The  dictionary defines a tongue twister as “a word, phrase, or sentence difficult to articulate readily because of a succession of similar chiefly consonantal sounds varied by small changes“. OK, translated to plain English, that means a bunch of words that are...

Will or Shall, which must I use?

14/10/2010 23:20
Will or Shall, which must I use?    Formerly, SHALL and WILL were used to indicate the future. However,   shall was used only with the pronouns I and we. So we had, for example, Shall I study?, will you study?,  will he study?, Shall we study?, etc.   But this...

Portuguese & English differences

10/10/2010 23:30
  Portuguese & English differences    Introduction   Learning to speak a foreign language is not only to assimilate its elements, but it is also to avoid the negative interference of the native background. Although this type of interference is more evident in pronunciation,...

The Concept of Error and Grammar Mistakes in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"

14/09/2010 21:28
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