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Ebook - Language education and the university: fostering socially-just practices in undergraduate contexts. Daniel Ferraz. Ana Duboc. A short summary of this paper.
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Download Download PDF. Volume 1: language, culture and discourse. Inclui bibliografia. ISBN: brochura eBook 1. Ferraz, Daniel de Mello. Duboc, Ana Paula Martinez. Multimodal practices for 21st century learners A study based on Critical Discourse Analysis Ana Paula Duboc and Daniel Ferraz have once more promoted an onto-epistemological and political action which ratifies their meaningful representation in the contemporary Brazilian critical language education scene, not only for their students, readers, other researchers and teacher educators, but also as great human beings always available and caring with their counterparts.
Their attitudes in the educational field are highly connected to what they advocate for and theorize from their sensitivity to see outside bubbles and boxes. The way this book project was conducted gives us the chance to think outside our boxes and re think the way we stimulate agency and subjectification in the process of learning for undergraduate students. This desire poses a challenge for students to further explore and develop their agency by digging into their subjectivities through life experiences, traumas, feeling and meanings.