11. February 2014 · Comments Off on Applied Linguistics · Categories: News · Tags:

The Learning of the English Language in Brazil In the current days, the English Language (I READ) has assumed a role of great influence in the world. The globalization has made with that to each day the use of I READ if becomes basic in the life of the people. Medias, as TV the handle and Internet for example, have ' ' encurtado' ' the distanciamento that had between this foreign language and the world-wide population, generating the interest for the knowledge of the English. A foreign language never reached as many people as the English has reached. The LDB (Law of the Lines of direction and Bases of the Education) assures that the public school has for obligation to include in its resume, ' ' from the fifth series, the education of at least a modern foreign language, whose choice will be in charge of the pertaining to school community, inside of the possibilities of instituio' '.

1 In Brazil, the great part of the schools offers exclusively the English as foreign language, mainly the public. In the public school, pupils who they belong to the classrooms popular, unprovided of conditions to enter a course of languages, search I READ to learn it, however nor always this learning happens. why does not happen? The education of I READ has been devaluated, as much for the education institutions, how much for badly qualified professionals, and that they justify the deficiency in education/learning of I READ through judgments of the pupils. Lopes underbrush 2 in its book, Workshop of Applied Linguistics, speaks of a series of judgments on the part of professors in relation to the learning of the language. According to it, the judgments go since ' ' Coitadinhos, is very fraquinhos' ' ' ' They do not learn Portuguese the more ingls' ' (1996, p.64). The necessary professor to be the mediator between knowledge and pupil, and its participation is basic in the learning process, needs to give to voice to the pupil generating autonomy in its learning.

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