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dc.contributor.advisor1Junia de Carvalho Fidelis Bragapt_BR
dc.creatorSue Ellen Aparecida Gaipopt_BR
dc.description.abstractPeople get interested in studying English as a second language for many reasons, such as: because they want to broaden their knowledge, because their job requires it, to satisfy the wish of traveling abroad, or even because they like it. But these people have the same goal: being able to communicate. When they start to use the material in a classroom, if they do not feel comfortable with the material, it might be because they do not have enough communication, interaction being proposed and the material does not relate with students real lives. It may also, be focused on form, rather than offering the chance of working on meaning. Combined, these are factors which may prevent students from getting excited to study English. They can even give up learning English. They want to talk, give their opinions, express their thoughts and beliefs. Authentic material must be used on a communicative and critical perspective in order to improve their learning process. With this material teachers can encourage students to interact and be closer to native speakers language.pt_BR
dc.publisherUniversidade Federal de Minas Geraispt_BR
dc.rightsAcesso Abertopt_BR
dc.subjectEnsino em Inglês: Abordagens Contemporâneaspt_BR
dc.subject.otherLíngua inglesa Estudo e ensinopt_BR
dc.titleYou are what you saypt_BR
dc.typeMonografias de Especializaçãopt_BR
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