Lenga-lengas, raps e canções

Como contribuem para melhorar a capacidade de memorização de linguagem

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https://doi.org/10.23882/MJ2031

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capacidade de memorização, crianças, English as a Foreign Language, lengalengas, rap

Resumo

O projeto foi realizado com o intuito de descobrir como é que os aprendentes de inglês memorizam vocabulário e o que contribui para tal. A música, o rap e as lengalengas contêm ritmo. O ritmo, a repetição, os gestos, a linguagem corporal e a entoação atraem as crianças de uma forma natural e contribuem para aumentar a capacidade de memória dos alunos. Contribuem igualmente para maximizar a pronúncia, a entoação e o treino auditivo (Brewster, Ellis & Gerard, 2002, p.164). Os professores podem usá-los para criar rotinas, introduzir vocabulário, praticá-lo e revê-lo (Brewster, Ellis & Gerard, 2002, p.168). Se usarem a música, o rap e as lengalengas com mais frequência contribuirão para o aumento da capacidade de memória dos seus alunos.

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2020-11-08

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Fernandes, P. M. (2020). Lenga-lengas, raps e canções: Como contribuem para melhorar a capacidade de memorização de linguagem. RevistaMultidisciplinar, 2(2), 21–30. https://doi.org/10.23882/MJ2031