Student and teacher attitudes about English education in Brazilian public schools

Juliana Jandre, Vander Viana

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This volume of the TESOL Voices series focuses on secondary students during a time of personal and academic growth as they prepare to enter higher education and career settings. Authors share the stories of students and teachers as they overcome challenges, discover appropriate practices, and enhance the student/teacher relationship to create an optimal learning environment for all. Explore ways to promote cross-content learning, collaboration, critical thinking, and multicultural skills with this inside look at secondary education classrooms. Learn how to incorporate multimodal elements and general education course content for a richer learning experience and opportunities to advance oral and written language skills as preparation for their next phase of life.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTESOL voices
Subtitle of host publicationInsider accounts of classroom life - Secondary education
EditorsMaria Dantas-Whitney, Sarah Rilling
Place of PublicationAlexandria, VA
PublisherTESOL Press
ISBN (Print)9781942799740
Publication statusPublished - 12 Jul 2017


  • Teaching English as a foreign language
  • Learning English as a foreign language
  • Brazil
  • Public school
  • Social representation
  • English as a foreign language

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