MANAGEMENT OF MEDIAS: LITERATURE MARANHENSE IN THE SCHOOL

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To introduce maranhense Literature in the schools of Average Education of the Maranho means to offer to the pupils the chance to know aspects of history, culture, politics, economy, language, religiosidade at last the peculiarities of the people of the Maranho portraied in the workmanships in accordance with the time where they had been written and the holistic vision of the author. It still means to take educating to have contact with the past, the memory, and with the gift express in the poetries, in stories, teatrais romances, chronicles, assays, parts and other texts produced so well by the most diverse authors of the most different times between which: Alusio Azevedo, Arthur Azevedo, Gonalves Days, Joo of the Valley, Tribuzi Flag, Joshua Montelo, Jose Chagas, Gullar Blacksmith, Jose Sarney, Odylo Coast Son, Maranho Nephew, Lisbon Joo, Sotero Dos Reis, Sousndrade, Gentile Braga, Firmina Maria Dos Reis, Conceio Aboud, Lenita Star of S, Favour Spider, Humberto Fields, Raymond Leather strap, Mohana Joo and as much others that form the maranhense Pleiad that with art and ingenuity had portraied and portray today until the singularidades of lands and the maranhense people. This sketch of project the pupil corroborates so that the pupil is stimulated to read, however leaving of the principle that the world of the letters not gravita only around the media printed, but spreads as an unexpected agility in the virtual media, the same will be developed from the use of the laboratory of computer science of the school. It is a work that presents as main vehicle of reading the spaces in net, where circulates everything that if can imagine in substance of literary compositions storaged and classified by authors, sorts, subjects..

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