segunda-feira, 29 de março de 2010
domingo, 28 de março de 2010
Published in the magazine Scientific American. Then, translated and published in the magazine Mente e Cerebro in their March/2010 issue.
I just loved it! I'm sure you'll like it too!
I decided to post it as an example of how we can register the things we have been researching about and the things we have been producing.
Patricia Daly Oe wrote the article to be published in the proceedings of a conference. The article is short but full of nice ideas.
So, get down to business and start registering all your productions!
quinta-feira, 25 de março de 2010
the deadline for finishing our articles is coming! We've got three days to go!
So I decided to post some quotes so that we can all have some extra inspiration right now!!!
E. L. Doctorow
"Be yourself. Above all, let who you are, what you are, what you believe, shine through every sentence you write, every piece you finish."
All the best,
domingo, 21 de março de 2010
Miche & Tati
quinta-feira, 18 de março de 2010
A group of teachers who meet once a month to discuss, reflect, share, create, and question several different aspects related to teaching English to young learners.
How does it work?
We meet once a month and discuss a topic which is chosen in the previous meeting. Besides, we get prepared for the meetings by reading the bibliography selected by the coordinators.
Where does it take place?
At SBS @ 6, Caldas Junior Street
How much is it?
You don’t have to pay for it if you are an APIRS member. If you are not an APIRS member, you can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and they’ll send you the membership form.
When will our meetings take place this semester?
Our next meetings will be on March 20th, April 10th, May 15th, June 12th, and July 03rd from 9.30 to 12.00.
We look forward to seeing you all at SBS next Saturday!
Tatiana Canto de Carvalho & Michele Schwertner (Coordinators)
domingo, 7 de março de 2010
we're having our first 2010 meeting on March the 20th and the topic we'll discuss is Mixed Ability Classes in Teaching English to Young Learners. Below, you'll find some articles you should read.
Besides reading the articles, you should consider these aspects: adapting tasks, extending tasks, encouraging co-operation and peer questioning and how to put them into practice.
Miche & Tati
Vivian sent me this at the beginning of last year and I am posting it again here. So, here you have it...
Check the link out and get lots of ideas!
Não tive tempo de escrever nada novo, mas achei que seria interessantecompartilhar com os professores da SIG as atividades que eu apresentei na oficina da SBS. O link é http://www.linguaestrangeira.pro.br/Fun%20games%20for%20the%20end%20of%20the%20class.htm.
Enjoy all these readings. We will discuss them on November 07th.
Miche and Tati