Plural Approaches as a Tool for Galician Studies at the Brazilian University: Didactic Experiences in the UFPR Letters Course

Sweder Souza, Francisco Javier Calvo del Olmo, Karine Marielly Rocha da Cunha
2020 Education and Linguistics Research  
Even today, Galician Studies are (almost) absent in the Brazilian academic landscape. Paradoxical fact, since the role of Galicia and the Galician language are essential for the understanding of the history and the present day of the Portuguese language (Lagares & Monteagudo, 2012). Thus, to minimally fill this gap, we have been working, since 2014, in three optional disciplines where this content is examined in a specific way within the theoretical and methodological framework of the Plural
more » ... rk of the Plural Approaches (Candelier, 2007). The subjects of 30 hours each are: Intercomprehension in Romance Languages; Typology of Romance Languages and Introduction to Galician Language and Culture. The latter addresses the argument in a more tangential way. In this text we describe how work is carried out in the discipline of Introduction to Galician Language and Culture, which can serve as inspiration for other institutions that want to develop similar work.
doi:10.5296/elr.v6i1.16826 fatcat:vcemlhrjynealmjfpptrvd3axy