Neuda Alves do Lago


Graduated in Letters (Portuguese and English) (1997), Master in Letters (2002), with dissertation defended in the area of ​​Linguistics applied to the teaching of English as a Foreign Language, Doctorate in Letters from the Federal University of Goiás (2007), with thesis defended in the area of ​​Applied Linguistics in the teaching of English Language Literatures, and improvement course in Literary Criticism - Critical Reading from the University of Oxford (2017). She's currently Associate Professor at the College of Languages, regular teacher at the Master of Arts and Linguistics, regular teacher at the Master of Education, and collaborating teacher at the Agronomy Masters at the Federal University of Goiás. Has experience in the ​​Higher Education area, emphasized in Teaching and Learning English Language Literatures, acting on the following subjects: English Literatures, English Teaching and Research, Teacher Education, Affective Domain in Language Learning, Collaborative Learning, and Intersemiotic Translation from Literature to Cinema. (Text informed by the author)


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Guidance Themes:

Foreign Language Teaching and Learning; Foreign Language Literatures; Teacher training; Affective Domain in Teaching and Learning; Collaborative learning; Intersemiotic Translation and Teaching.