Portuguese, pluricentric language: integration of varieties in teaching

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The Portuguese language is not spoken uniformly in different spaces, times, circumstances, users, etc. It, like any living organism, follows the dynamics of which it is imbued, which gives it categories of variation (cf. Mateus, 2003; Mussalim et al., 2012). However, only European and Brazilian varieties are recognized in education. This situation opens space for two problems:the overvaluation of the European standard in detriment of the others; and the exclusion of non-standard varietiesfrom formal means of education. This, in turn, is attentive to the pluricentricity principles of the Portuguese language. Under this study, it is urgent to propose the introduction of non-standard varieties (e.g., from Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, S茫o Tom茅 and Pr铆ncipe, Guinea-Bissau, Timor-Leste), in terms of lexicon, in formal education, given the proven advantages in teaching Portuguese as foreign language. The proposal is based on philological data and field research.​



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The Portuguese language is not spoken uniformly in different spaces, times, circumstances, users, etc. It, like any living organism, follows the dynamics of which it is imbued, which gives it categories of variation (cf. Mateus, 2003; Mussalim et al., 2012). However, only European and Brazilian varieties are recognized in education. This situation opens space for two problems:the overvaluation of the European standard in detriment of the others; and the exclusion of non-standard varietiesfrom formal means of education. This, in turn, is attentive to the pluricentricity principles of the Portuguese language. Under this study, it is urgent to propose the introduction of non-standard varieties (e.g., from Angola, Mozambique, Cape Verde, S茫o Tom茅 and Pr铆ncipe, Guinea-Bissau, Timor-Leste), in terms of lexicon, in formal education, given the proven advantages in teaching Portuguese as foreign language. The proposal is based on philological data and field research.



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