Artículos de revistas
Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language (E / LE) in Brazil: understanding of socio-historical constructs
Foro De Profesores De E-le. Valencia: Univ Politecnica Valencia, Editorial Upv, v. 11, p. 295-303, 2015.
Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
This communication focuses an educational intervention in the classroom of Spanish as a Foreign Language (E/LE) held at the Universidade Estadual Paulista - UNESP - Campus of Araraquara - Brazil, with the aim of presenting the experience of a practical reflexive project around social and cultural imaginary present a selection of short stories by writers of American literature: Juan Rulfo, Mexico (The Burning Plain, 1953), Gabriel Garcia Marquez in Colombia (Eyes of a blue dog, 1974) and Julio Cortazar in Argentina (House taken and other stories, 2007). Made with juniors of E / LE, intermediate level, as an approach to the ways of representing a culture in the literature and an exercise to address possibilities such materials. In addition, the students created plans of E / LE as the proposal developed, in which cultural issues were discussed. These formed the analysis of the teaching and reflection on being a teacher of Spanish as a Foreign Language.