La enseñanza de lenguas extranjeras y su relación con el proceso de globalización
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Free Technology for Teachers: A Map of Staple Food Crops of the World

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Innovating Pedagogy 2014 | Open University Innovations Report #3

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"A série de reportagens explora novas formas de ensino, aprendizagem e avaliação para um mundo interativo, para orientar professores e formuladores de políticas em inovação produtiva ..."


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Bilingual People Are Like Brain 'Bodybuilders'

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People who speak two languages may have brains that are more efficient at language processing and other tasks, new research suggests. Scientists have long assumed that the "bilingualism advantage" — the enhanced ability to filter out important information among nonimportant material — stems from how bilingual people process language. The new study confirms that assumption, and goes on to suggest that bilingual people are more efficient at higher-level brain functions such as ignoring other irrelevant information, said Ellen Bialystok, a psychologist at York University in Toronto, who was not involved in the research.


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Bilingual people are more efficient at higher-level brain functions such as ignoring other irrelevant information.

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Speaking multiple languages keeps your brain sharp, study claims - Daily Mail

Speaking multiple languages keeps your brain sharp, study claims - Daily Mail | La enseñanza de lenguas extranjeras y su relación con el proceso de globalización | Scoop.it
Durante os testes, os pesquisadores da Universidade de Northewestern, descobriu que falantes bilíngues são melhores em filtrar palavras concorrentes porque seus cérebros são usados para controlar duas línguas.

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