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Title: Social representations of non native students in Portuguese territory: predictors of motivation and attitudes on learning situation
Authors: Figueiredo, Sandra
Fernandes da Silva, Carlos
Keywords: Migration
Second language
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: The migratory experience of children and adolescents can configure and change their attitudes and behaviours resulting from the mismatch of learning situations. The academic success and psychosocial development of individuals, inherited and caused by family and community, may be affected by a noticeable awareness of environmental stimuli and various psychological reactions resulting there from. Will be a brief discussion on free narratives developed by students of Portuguese Second Language regarding experiences in the Portuguese context (school, family and community). The categorization reflected in the texts written by immigrant pupils is an indicative of exclusion behaviour generated by external agents and should be diagnosed in order to orient programs.
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