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Sobre o projeto 

O projeto contempla uma proposta de ensino/aprendizagem transdisciplinar, envolvendo três diferentes áreas do conhecimento: ensino de língua estrangeira, em especial a inglesa, psicologia da educação e teatro. A proposta enfatiza a aquisição e o aprimoramento da comunicação oral e se propõe a investigar como as atividades teatrais contribuem para a aquisição da língua inglesa, assim como para o desenvolvimento atitudinal do aluno.

Vídeo  sobre o ínicio do projeto.

Semana de Letras da PUC-SP, 2000.

Objetivos

Aprimorar e intensificar a pesquisa acerca das propostas de atividades teatrais implementadas em sala de aula no curso de Letras: Inglês/Português, assim como em outras instâncias educacionais tais como aulas de inglês da rede pública de ensino do Estado de São Paulo, uma vez que a proposta atinge também professores de inglês da rede pública.

 

Aplicações/produtos

Resultados referentes aos desdobramentos do projeto Living Drama in the Classroom: uma proposta de abertura à Aprendizagem Significativa: dissertação de mestrado, projetos e relatórios de iniciação científica, trabalhos de conclusão de curso; publicações de artigos em revistas e capítulo de livro; apresentações em vários encontros científicos; dramatizações de esquetes feitas pelos alunos em várias instâncias e produção de um audiovisual.

 

Fase em que se encontra o projeto

Estão sendo desenvolvidos trabalhos de conclusão de curso, monografias, assim como a elaboração de artigos a partir dos resultados do Projeto e das apresentações em eventos.

 

Equipe

Bolsistas de iniciação científica, alunos de graduação, professores da rede pública do estado de São Paulo e pesquisadores do Grupo de Pesquisa do Projeto.

 

Fonte

http://www.pucsp.br/pesquisas-seleta/index.html

 
 
 
 
 
Idealizadora do Projeto e Líder do Grupo de Pesquisa

 

Profª. Drª. Vera Cabrera Duarte

Currículo lattes: http://lattes.cnpq.br/0934901966018567

 

Possui bacharelado e licenciatura em Língua e Literatura Inglesas pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (1975). É professora titular do quadro de carreira do Departamento de Inglês da PUC-SP, onde também fez seu mestrado (1988) e seu doutorado (1996) no programa de Estudos Pós-Graduados em Psicologia da Educação. Desenvolveu um Projeto de Pesquisa de sua autoria, intitulado Living Drama in the Classroom – uma proposta de abertura à Aprendizagem Significativa desde 1998. Foi vice chefe do departamento de Inglês e  coordenadora dos cursos de Letras: Inglês da Faculdade de Filosofia, Comunicação, Letras e Artes da PUC-SP. Atualmente, dá continuidade a esse estudo como líder de grupo de pesquisa, desenvolvendo o projeto "Living Drama: teoria e práxis em diferentes contextos de ensino e aprendizagem de língua inglesa" juntamente com professores e pesquisadores da área. Participa também do grupo de pesquisa ILCAE – Inclusão Linguística em Cenários de Atividades Educacionais, da PUC-SP. Os termos mais frequentes na contextualização de sua produção científica, tecnológica e artístico-cultural são: aprendizagem significativa, atitudes facilitadoras do professor, facilitação da aprendizagem, componente afetivo da aprendizagem, processo de ensino aprendizagem, teatro em sala de aula, atividades teatrais, desempenho oral do aluno, desenvolvimento da oralidade, ensino e aprendizagem da língua inglesa, e professor reflexivo. Tem publicações de artigos em periódicos especializados, anais de eventos e capítulos de livros. Orienta projetos de pesquisa de Iniciação Científica, de trabalhos de conclusão de curso e parecerista de outras revistas científicas. Também ministra oficinas mensais de atividades artístico pedagógicas para os ensaiadores dos Drama Groups da Associação Cultura Inglesa de São Paulo. Apresenta trabalhos em eventos acadêmicos nacionais e internacionais. É membro da APACP - Associação Paulista da Abordagem Centrada na Pessoa e da WAPCEPC - World Association for Person-Centered and Experiential Psycotherapy and Counseling, IATEFL- International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language e do The C Group (thecreativitygroup.weebly.com)

Membros do Grupo de Pesquisa

 

Vera Cabrera Duarte

Leader

She is a professor of the English Language Department at the Catholic University of São Paulo, where she obtained her Master’s and Doctorate Degrees in Educational Psychology. Currently, she leads a research group, developing a project entitled "Living Drama: theory and praxis in English language teaching and learning contexts", and participates in the research group "Continued education for teachers of English: a context for the reconstruction of practice". Vera is also a member of The C Group (thecreativitygroup.weebly.com) and a lecturer in the Lato Sensu graduate programme Reflective Practice and the teaching-learning of English in state schools in São Paulo. Besides, she coordinates the Centre of Language Learning Studies at the Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil.

veracabrera@livingdrama.com.br

Paulo Roberto Moreira

Researcher

He holds undergraduate degrees in Law (1966) and Pedagogy (1973) from Universidade de Ribeirão Preto, an undergraduate degree in Psychology (1972) from USP (Universidade de São Paulo), a master’s degree in Communication Arts (1989) also from USP. His doctoral degree is in Social Science (2004) from PUC-SP (Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo). Currently, he is an assistant professor (master) at PUC-SP, in the courses of Psychology, Administration and Communication. He is also the director of the course of Performing Arts at TUCA (Pontifical Catholic University Theater). He has experience in the areas of Psychology, with emphasis in Human Development, Performing Arts (theater, cinema, opera), Visual Arts (illustration) and Publicity. He has translated and directed classic plays and operas. He has attended a course on group encounters and interpersonal relations, given by Will C. Schultz, in London, and a course on Art of Movement (Laban), given by Lisa Ulmann, in London and São Paulo.

pmoreira@pucsp.br

Claudio Picollo

Researcher

He holds an undergraduate degree in Portuguese, English and Latin from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). He also holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching from LAEL (PUC-SP) and a PhD in Education from PUC-SP. He went through a postdoctoral program at GEPI - Group of Study and Research in Interdisciplinarity. He is also the creator, coordinator and presenter of the Thinking and Making Art Project, which is a program entirely dedicated to the repercussion, reverberation a dissemination of issues concerning Education, Art and Culture. In parallel to this, he has graduated in singing at the School of Singing Magdalena Lebeis and in History of Music founded by the critic José da Veiga Oliveira. He is the vice leader of GEPI - Group of Study and Research in Interdisciplinarity. He is a professor of English in The English Department of PUC-SP, where he has been teaching English Language, Teachers’ Education Courses, and Phonetics and Phonology of English.

mentecultural@uol.com.br

Adolfo Tanzi Neto

Researcher

He holds a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics and Language studies from Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo with doctoral training at the University of Oxford in the Socio Cultural and Activity Theory Research Center (2015), a master of arts in Applied Linguistics (Language and Education) from the State University of Campinas – UNICAMP/Brazil and a bachelor's degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo – PUC-SP (B. Ed. English & Portuguese). Currently, he is an adjunct professor in the Department of Humanities and Arts at UNILAB - University for International Integration of the Afro-Brazilian Lusophony, Campus of Malês - Bahia; and a leader researcher of GEASE – Group of studies of Social School Architectonic. It has experience in the applied linguistics area, with emphasis on Social, Historical-Cultural Theory; Digital Information and Communication Technologies (TDICs) to language teaching and in the Social School Architectonic to analyze different teaching and learning contexts (classroom-based or distance) and their interrelations among power and control, discourses and mediators artifacts for/on consciousness formation.

professor.tanzi@gmail.com

Barbara Macedo Soares de Araujo

Researcher

She holds a MA degree in Theory and Comparative Literature from the University of São Paulo (USP), as well as a bachelor's degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo – PUC-SP (English). Since 2010 I have been working as a Middle School Teacher of Performing Arts at a private bilingual school in São Paulo. I've also been training English teachers and being a non-formal arts teacher for teenagers. Besides teaching, I've worked as an actress and a playwright.

babimsaraujo@yahoo.com.br

Rose Gimenes

Researcher

She has worked over 30 years as an English teacher in public schools in São Paulo and at Language Schools such as CNA, Fisk,Wizard and Yázigi. She has been involved with projects in the area of teaching development for municipal English teachers. She has attended a post graduation course at Institute of Education at University of London as part of the Program “Teaching English as a Foreign Language”, which is sponsored by the Brazilian Government/ CAPES. She holds certificates of proficiency in English from Cambridge and Oxford University, as well as Specialization degree in Applied Linguistics  (PUC-SP). Currently, she works for EMEF Pres. João Pinheiro where she has implemented Adobe Youth Voices, Teddy Bear Project since 2011 and Living Drama in the Classroom since 2013. She is a member of iEARN International Education and Resources Network and Educadores Globais network in Brazil.

rosegimenes@uol.com.br

Christianne Maria De Dominicis Neves

Student

She holds an undergraduate degree in Law from São Paulo University (USP, 1987) and a master’s degree in Music from Campinas University (Unicamp, 2004). Currently she studies Translation – English/Portuguese at Pontifical Catholic University (PUC-SP, 2015). She is a pianist, a musical director, an arranger and a composer. She has been an intern in the Musical Direction of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, in London, with sponsorship by the British Council. She has been the musical director of 12 musicals at Sociedade Brasileira de Cultura Inglesa. She has recorded 3 CDs with her own instrumental music, and a 4th one with Brazilian an Italian artists. She has been performing in Europe since 2006 and recently she has been teaching music in Italy.

chrisnevesmail@gmail.com

Débora Paschoaletto Possani

Student

She holds an undergraduate degree in Languages from PUC-SP (2013) and currently studies Pedagogy. She is an English Teacher in a private school and is a member of IATEFL and BRAZ-TESOL. She has worked in several language schools with different methodologies and has given preparation courses for Cambridge Examinations (from YLE to CAE).

dp.possani@gmail.com

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