Os PCN e as potencialidades didático-pedagógicas do cordel

Torquato Lima, Stélio
January 2013
Acta Scientiarium: Education;jan-jun2013, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p133
Academic Journal
This paper analyzes the importance of including string literature as an auxiliary tool in the teaching-learning process. This analysis has reference to the Parâmetros Curriculares Nacionais (National Curriculum Parameters) - PCN, a guidelines organized by the federal government to guide the pedagogical action in elementary and high Brazilian schools. From this perspective, we show how the inclusion of the string literature in classrooms allows the teacher to work on new skills and new knowledge close to the students, including the overcoming of linguistic and cultural prejudices.


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