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Title: Taller en el museo: otra forma de aprender a enseñar
Other Titles: Workshop In The Museum: Another Way Of Learning To Teach
Authors: Suárez Robaina, Juana-Rosa 
UNESCO Clasification: 570107 Lengua y literatura
580105 Pedagogía experimental
58 Pedagogía
Keywords: Práctica docente
Retrato literario
Practice Teaching
Research, et al
Issue Date: 2008
Journal: El Guiniguada 
Abstract: Experiencia didáctica realizada con alumnado preuniversitario para investigar en la práctica docente. El alumnado prepara un Taller sobre cuatro protagonistas literarias galdosianas y lo pone en práctica en las dependencias de la Casa-Museo del novelista en Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.
A learning experience realized by a group of pre-university students at the Museum of Galdos is presented here. The experience consisted of offering an entertaining journey through the literary portrait of the four female galdosian characters: Dona Perfecta, Gloria, Marianela and Tristana. After a brief presentation of general aspects related to the biography of the novelist (in collaboration with the Museum of DEAC), the students considered a set of heterogeneous activities, so that the participants (also students) got used to the physical and moral traits of these four female figures. But the essential purpose of this experience was to give the students in charge the opportunity of testing the workshop in their teaching practice. The workshop became the culmination of an entire previous researching work in the teaching task: selecting fragments, developing activities, deciding on methodological decisions...
ISSN: 0213-0610
Source: El Guiniguada. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: Servicio de Publicaciones, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1984- ISSN 0213-0610, n.17, 2008, p. 225
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