European Plurilingualism and Online Mobility at Primary Schools
EU countries are introducing foreign languages at primary schools. In this paper we will try to show the potentialities of online mobility for the promotion of plurilingualism at primary schools.
||Online Mobility, Early Foreign Languages Learning, Primary Schools, European Plurilingualism, European Citizenship, Representations of Languages and Cultures
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 3, pp.15-22.
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Mário Cruz is Lecturer of the Social Education Graduate Course, coordinator of the Early English Language Learning Postgraduate Course and investigator at the School of Education Paula Frassinetti, being responsible for the subjects: "English Language", "English Language for Young Learners", "English Linguistics" and "Didactics of the English Language".He has just finished his dissertation on "Intercultural Cibercommunicator: representations of languages, cultures and people in plurilingual chats", under the supervision of Professor Maria Helena Araújo e Sá.
Paula Medeiros is a Sociologist and Teacher of Research Methods and Techniques at School of Education Paula Frassinetti. She is also responsible for the subject "Intervention in Early English Language Teaching" in the scope of the Early English Language Learning Postgraduate Course and supervisor of social projects developed by students in non-formal social and educational institutions. At the moment she is also a PhD student in the Post-colonial and Global Citizenship Course at University of Coimbra.
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