Ensinar literatura eletrónica na Rússia: o projeto da iniciativa NSTU

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https://doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830_8-1_14

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literatura eletrónica, Universidade Técnica Estatal de Novosibirsk (NSTU), b-learning, Inanimate Alice

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Este artigo procura sintetizar a experiência de realização da iniciativa do NSTU na Rússia com o objetivo de integrar a literatura eletrónica no processo educativo no ensino superior. O projeto consistiu numa investigação multifuncional que incluiu diferentes disciplinas curriculares (inglês como segunda língua, literatura e pedagogia). O seu objetivo educativo era apresentar uma narrativa digital a diferentes categorias de estudantes russos. Em primeiro lugar, a estudantes que estudam literatura para desenvolver competências de análise de textos literários. Em segundo lugar, os episódios de Inanimate Alice foram apresentados àqueles que estudam inglês como segunda língua, a fim de treinar as competências linguísticas tradicionais  (ler, escutar, falar e escrever) na aprendizagem de inglês, através de uma experiência de leitura criada digitalmente. O objetivo da investigação foi analisar os dois tipos de experiência e conceber uma estratégia para a integração do texto literário digital no processo educativo na Rússia.

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2020-10-28

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Kuchina, Svetlana Anatolevna. 2020. «Ensinar Literatura eletrónica Na Rússia: O Projeto Da Iniciativa NSTU». MATLIT: Materialidades Da Literatura 8 (1):253-65. https://doi.org/10.14195/2182-8830_8-1_14.

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