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Gabriela Werner Viera Gonçalves

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Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant

Gabriela Werner is one of the new Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants (FLTA) at the University of Georgia. She holds a B. A. – Teaching License in English Language and Literature Studies from the Federal University of Technology – Paraná (UTFPR). She has been an English as a second language (ESL) and Portuguese as an additional language (PAL) teacher since 2018. Her research interests include culture studies within teaching-learning contexts and instructional materials. She is passionate about Brazilian culture and is glad to share some of it during the Fall 2023 and Spring 2024 semesters.

Articles Featuring Gabriela Werner Viera Gonçalves

Portuguese students in the Department of Romance Languages had the privilege of receiving Brazilian percussionist Bill Lucas and Brazilian singer Maria Kamila, lead singer of Perrengue’s band, last week to learn about Brazilian rhythms. Students were…

On October 31st, the Portuguese Flagship Program at UGA hosted Dr. Fernanda Guida (Spelman College), three students from Spelman College (Amyre Hobbs, Annis Baron, Latisha Jones), one student from Morehouse (Carleon Outlaw), and Portuguese Fulbright…

Events featuring Mateus Vitor Lima, Gabriela Werner Viera Gonçalves
Gilbert Hall 116

Come learn about memes culture in Brazil and play games around memes. 

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