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Concordamos com Dussel quando este afirma que:. Despite the pedagogical discourse advocating a politics of recognition and acceptance of diversity, cultural differences and respect each other, the actions effectively carried out have not been able to create a more egalitarian society free of prejudices and stigmatization ethnic, racialreligious, linguistic, etc.
Os caminhos sinuosos de um processo emergente. Learning the Portuguese language will lead to the emergence of an acculturation micambique that will integrate the cultural characteristics of the Western world.
Ao vir para a escola os nossos alunos trazem com eles toda a sua bagagem cultural, i. The Journal of Modern African Studies31 2: Le cas des colonies portugaises et du Mozambique en particulier”. The Journal of Modern African Studies30 2: The difference can turn into exclusion. Our interest by hybridization processes emerged of linguistic analysis that we make about the variety of Portuguese used in Mozambique which I believe is a hybrid product resulting from contact between the Bantu-speaking and Portuguese.
Have content, goals, means and strategies for teaching different? Final thoughts Cultural diversity concern Mozambicans educators since we have in the same room students from different genera belonging to linguistic groups, ethnic and religious, with different ideas, knowledge, temporal and spatial differentiated.
Cultural edcacao can vary by ethnicity, race, age, religion, gender, geographic region, world views, desires, values and so traricional. Aqueles denominados “veteranos” encarnavam nas escolas essas atitudes.
Hybridization is used in this work to express the emergence of new cultures and new identities that are the result of blending of other cultures. Teachers can not ignore the diversity and human and cultural wealth of their students. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
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O cientista fechado com os seus livros? Apart from having to assume the role of researcher-teacher of local content, the teacher must address all other concerns inherent in the teaching profession in Mozambique: O professor tem de saber trabalhar na e com a diversidade de forma a elevar a qualidade de ensino e de aprendizagem.
The transcultural should be seriously taken into consideration, since the Mozambican urban culture is characterized educacaao being culturally hybrid, possessing cultural elements that were mocamblque and social setting for moczmbique whose basic cultural origins are the Bantu and Portuguese. The Mozambican culture has always been marked by a cultural mix that comes from the Bantu migrations and from the contact they had with other civilizations, especially the Arab and Asian.
After independence, Mozambicans will also acquire the cultural, ethical and moral values that will be communicated by contact with socialist and “cooperative” Russians, Cubans, Bulgarians, North Korean, Chinese, German RDA.
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For the author, multicultural education has two main features: It is one of the greatest challenges of education in complex societies and democratic. Education in situations of multilingualism and multiculturalism as is the case of Mozambique lives in different voltages and faces many challenges, most notably the process of cultural hybridization, the tension between homogenization and cultural diversity and the tension between local knowledge and universal knowledge.
In multicultural countries as Mozambique, reflecting upon ways to consider and respect diversity has polarized the discussion among educators. Entrevista com Marcelino dos Santos. The school usually plays a role to standardize and homogenize.
Education and cultural hybridization Education in situations of multilingualism and multiculturalism as is the case of Mozambique lives in different voltages and faces many challenges, most notably the process of cultural hybridization, the tension between homogenization and cultural diversity and the tension between educcacao knowledge and universal knowledge. You need to check what is common between them and make sets of cross-cultural content that would be incorporated into the curriculum.
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For such an undertaking is feasible we propose the creation and introduction of a discipline called “Teaching Diversity” in training courses for teachers, whose overall aim would be to reflect on the relationship between education, knowledge and culture. The diversity and heterogeneity of the student population are the hallmarks most notorious of the groups.
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