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Coordenação: Prof. Isaias Francisco de Carvalho / Profa. Claudia Pungartnik

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           Discourse Genres and ELT   by Isaias Carvalho             
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Tasks
(LTA578 - Gêneros Discursivos no Ensino de Inglês)
These tasks and resources are for free use by both professors and students of Englsh. 
This page is part of the production of the UESC extension project Dinamizando/Inglês. Welcome!


Prof. Isaias Carvalho       A few teaching principles English Teaching Principles     Resources for teachers and students of English For English professors, teachers, instructors, tutors...


Tasks
Assignments for UESC English language students



Task 1    Read the Course Description, the Course Plan (on the right column), Assessment, and the Bibliography of English Language Phonetics and Phonology - UESC.


Task 2      Brief Report of the Day   (Individually) At the beginning of each class, a student [or two] will be assigned to present a 5-minute account of an aspect, activity, esperience, research finding etc. related to Discourse Genres in English Language Teaching.   [In English]   It is always best to send slides/materials to your professor's e-mail prior to the class.


Task 3    Reading. General purpose: notetaking, highlighting, vocobulary checking, sharing. Specific question: What is Swales's definition of genre?

SWALES, John M. Worlds of genre - metaphors of genre. In: BAZERMAN, Charles; BONINI, Adair; FIGUEIREDO, Debora. (Eds.). Genre in a changing world. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse, 2009. p. 3-18.


Task 4    Check out the following links. Are they useful? Can you suggest any other resources for Discourse Genres in English Language Teaching online?
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Task 5    Topics for research and oral presentations

[1] [Students: Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx]  
BAZERMAN, Charles. Genre and Cognitive Development: Beyond Writing to Learn. In: BAZERMAN, Charles; BONINI, Adair; FIGUEIREDO, Debora. (Eds.). Genre in a changing world. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse, 2009. p. 279-294. [click here] 
 
[2] [Students: Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx]  
ROJO, Roxane Helena Rodrigues. Bakhtin's Circle's Speech Genres Theory: Tools for a Tansdisciplinary Analysis of Utterances in Didactic Practices. In: BAZERMAN, Charles; BONINI, Adair; FIGUEIREDO, Debora. (Eds.). Genre in a changing world. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse, 2009. p. 295-316. [click here]

[3] [Students: Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx]
DEVITT, Amy. Teaching Critical Genre Awareness. In: BAZERMAN, Charles; BONINI, Adair; FIGUEIREDO, Debora. (Eds.). Genre in a changing world. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse, 2009. p. 336-351. [click here]

[4] [Students: Xxxxxx, Xxxxxx]  
COUTINHO, Maria Antónia; MIRANDA, Florencia. To describe Genres: Problemas and Strategies. In: BAZERMAN, Charles; BONINI, Adair; FIGUEIREDO, Debora. (Eds.). Genre in a changing world. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse, 2009. p. 35-55. [click here]


Discourse / Genre / Discourse Genres / Text types / Modes of discourse / Discourse communities [communities of practice] / Language / Culture
Discourse genres and ELT: theoretical aspects
Discourse genres and ELT: teaching practices
Discourse genres and the EFL/ESL textbook


Task 6    Reading: notetaking, highlighting, vocobulary checking, sharing.
 
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Task 9    Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Course Plan 2019.1
Dates with assignments and notes



February 23rd     
  Make-up activity   
        Task 3




March 2nd         
  Make-up activity   
        Tasks 4 and 6



March 9th          
  Make-up activity   
        Task 7


March 16th        
  Make-up activity   
        Task 8


March 23rd        
  Make-up activity   
        Task 9


March 30th        
  Make-up activity   
        Task 10


April 6th            
  Make-up activity   
        Task 11


April 13th         
  Make-up activity   
        Task 12


July 6th     [The "real" beginning of the course]
                          Task 1 + some getting to know each other [group dynamics] 
                                 Who's the professor
Click on the photo to reach my full Currículo Lattes




https://publons.com/researcher/1723931/isaias-francisco-de-carvalho/

http://www.researcherid.com/rid/M-3448-2013



 
                               * Plan task 2 [Brief report of the day]      
                              Check contact info   
    
                              
   
                                 
        
                   Announcement:
https://sites.google.com/site/estesinversos/literature-in-english-i/Banca%20Renato%20Promo%C3%A7%C3%A3o%20Doutorado%202019.jpg?attredirects=0


July 13th     
Make-up activity referring to 
February 23rd
 Attendace list for this date will be signed upon task accomplishment                       
Tasks 3 and 2 
[ Brief report of the day: 
Ramon  
]
        
 
* Plan oral presentations
 



July 20th     
Make-up activity referring to 
March 2nd
 Attendace list for this date will be signed upon task accomplishment                       
Tasks 3, 5 and 2 
[ Brief report of the day: 
Bárbara  
]


Announcement:
http://www.uesc.br/noticias/?acao=exibir/cod_noticia=4275

2ª Festa Literária de Ilhéus
“O feminino e a leitura do mundo”


July 27th     
Make-up activity referring to 
March 9th
 Attendace list for this date will be signed upon task accomplishment                       
Tasks 6 and 2 
[ Brief report of the day: 
Bruno  and Lindomar  
]



August 3rd     
Make-up activity referring to 
March 16th
 Attendace list for this date will be signed upon task accomplishment                       
Tasks xx and 2 
[ Brief report of the day: 
Elias and Rosiery 
]



August 10th     
Make-up activity referring to 
March 23rd
 Attendace list for this date will be signed upon task accomplishment                       
Tasks xx and 2 
[ Brief report of the day: 
Monique   
]



August 17th     
Make-up activity referring to 
March 30th and April 6th
 Attendace list for this date will be signed upon task accomplishment                       
Tasks 
    Oral presentations by  Bruno
                                      Rosiery 
                                      Elias
                                         Monique
                                      

August 24th     
Make-up activity referring to 
April 13th
 Attendace list for this date will be signed upon task accomplishment                       
Tasks 
    Oral presentations by  Bárbara 
                                      Ramon
                                         Lindomar




                  Announcement:   
http://www.uesc.br/eventos/sepexle/xsepexle/





Prova Final

31.08.19 [8:20-10:00]





[1] 
Entrega de atividades e apresentações atrasadas
        [ou não feitas durante o semestre]
[2] Redação de um texto dissertativo de, no mínimo, 200 palavras, em língua inglesa, sobre um dos seis itens a serem listados contendo temáticas e objetos referentes à disciplina.  [Materiais impressos referentes à disciplina e dicionários impressos poderão ser consultados]




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