1. Winter Haolism

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    It can be frustrating to keep surfing in south brazil during winter, but we got keep on trying. We surfer's not haoles! Bad weather conditions, but don't quit, it's just 10ºC! My First Experience with editing and 7D! Music by Rebel Lion - Ballistic Affair

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    • IN THE RED ZONE - 2 DE JULHO

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      IN THE RED ZONE - 2 DE JULHO MAIS INFORMAÇÕES Touareg - Vargem Grande compras online e informações Harry Collecta - (21)7503-3850 www.gg3.com.br/redzone

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      • Latina costa 2008

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        Viva the Festival of Latin American films in St. Pete ! Its opening cannot go without salsa, buena vista singing, Cuban cigars and happy people.

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        • Deluxe Fins fourth rider

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          We from Deluxe Fins would like to introduce our fourth athlete Renan Faccini Welcome Renan! Blond, young, chic magnet, but not aussie, he´s Brazilian. From the new generation he abuses on style and performance. He's not only just a young kid that surfs good, his aggressiveness and unique riding skills have made him stand out and soon he will be on the top of the brazilian riders.

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          • Brian Morgan, Glendon - Brazil Canada Knowledge Exchange

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            Over the past ten years that I’ve been employed at York University and Glendon College (since 2008-09) , I’ve gained a lot from the variety of my teaching load, which includes content-based, English for Academic Purposes for undergraduate students, as well as courses in language and social identity and critical theory in the university’s graduate program in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics. I’ve also been active in language teacher education, previously serving as the coordinator of York University’s TESOL Certificate Programme, and now as a course instructor in Glendon’s Certificate Programme in the Discipline of Teaching English as an International Language. This professional diversity offers many opportunities to reflect on the possibilities and challenges for theory and practice across different contexts of English Language Teaching. For me, the Brazil-Canada Transnational Literacies Project is a wonderful opportunity to engage further in the challenges of theory and practice—and of their locality and globality—across an expanded range of institutional settings and policies, and in light of teacher and student expectations and needs. I look forward to learning from and collaborating with my Brazilian and Canadian partners in this project. - Brian Morgan Website: http://www.yorku.ca/bmorgan/ Certificate in the Discipline of Teaching English as an International Language (D-TEIL) http://www.glendon.yorku.ca/englishstudies/dteil.html Our project builds on the partnership between the Centre for Globalization and Cultural Studies at the University of Manitoba (directed by Diana Brydon) and the National Curriculum Project in English at the University of Sao Paulo (directed by Walkyria Monte Mor and Lynn Mario de Souza). From this core, we will partner with colleagues at the University of Winnipeg, Glendon College, York University, and the University of Waterloo in Canada and the State University of Mato Grosso do Sul, the Federal University of Alagoas, the Federal University of Sergipe, the Getulio Vargas Foundation, Rio, and APLIEMS (Association of English Teachers of Mato Grosso do Sul) in Brazil. Each co-investigator brings distinctive expertise to this project. Our co-creation of knowledge and understanding will synthesize and build on existing work across the disciplines with the aim of mobilizing our findings in accessible ways in classroom and web-based settings, building institutional capacity, and training the next generation of teachers, translators, and researchers in both countries. Brian Morgan's participation is made possible, in part, through support from the SSHRC partnership development grant program, the Canada Research Chair’s program and York University. Notice — This video has been made available for download under a creative commons licence Attribution-NonCommercial, for any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. The best way to do this is with a link to this web page. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ Camera credit Bill Brydon

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            • Ian Martin, Glendon - Brazil Canada Knowledge Exchange

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              "As coordinator of Glendon's Certificate Programme in the Discipline of Teaching English as an International Language, I am interested in meeting Brazilian language eacher educators and exploring common ground between their experience and ours. One of the more innovative aspects of our Certificate is that it requires our Canadian students to travel to another country - Cuba - for three weeks for an international teaching practicum. During this practicum, they are not expected to "transfer" Canadian ways of learning and teaching to the foreign setting; rather, they are expected to apply their observation skills to the local environment. What is the local ecology of ELT? What are the students' needs and purposes for learning English? what expectations do they have? what does the culture of the classroom feel like, sound like, look like? What is the reigning ideological framework of the institution and the country/region around this particular language contact situation? What are local attitudes to bilingualism and translanguaging? What are the attitudes to the "native-speaker", the non-native speaker, and the whole range of contemporary issues around English as a Lingua Franca? Our Certificate programme, and in particular our two capstone courses - English as a World Language and Teaching English as an International Language - attempt to provide our students with what I hope are some of the most interesting points of observation of a linguistic ecosystem and the people (learners, teachers and others) who inhabit it. Perhaps one day, we could explore the possibility of extending our Certificate practicum to a Brazilian university, perhaps integrating it with ELT teacher education done in Brazil. Perhaps we could explore some form of Brazilian-Canadian co-teaching of a blended class of students from both countries - each side learning the other's language (I should mention that our students are, as of this year, required to be "on the path of language learning" of the language of the country where the international practicum takes place. Since in 2012, they will be going to Cuba, the students need to be on the path of learning Spanish, as a requirement for participating in the practicum in Havana. The same requirement would be expected of them if we were to have a practicum relationship with Brazil.) So, this will give people in the project a sense of what comes to mind when I think of what (little!) I can bring to this project, and what (a lot!) my students could be rewarded with, if they were able to, like me, discover Brazil under the umbrella of the Transnational Literacies Project." Ian Martin Chii-ogimaa, Inwewin ekwa ishikiishiwewinan kikinoohamaasokamik Coordinador, Programa de Lingüística y Ciencias de Lenguaje Coordinateur, Programme de linguistique et sciences du langage Coordinator, Linguistics and Language Studies Programme, Departement des Études Pluridisciplinaires Department of Multidisciplinary Studies, Collège universitaire Glendon College York University Toronto ON Canada Website: http://glendon.yorku.ca/ianmartin Fields of expertise: Cuba Indigenous People Multiculturalism and Transculturalism Northern Canada Second Language Education Certificate in the Discipline of Teaching English as an International Language (D-TEIL) http://www.glendon.yorku.ca/englishstudies/dteil.html Our project builds on the partnership between the Centre for Globalization and Cultural Studies at the University of Manitoba (directed by Diana Brydon) and the National Curriculum Project in English at the University of Sao Paulo (directed by Walkyria Monte Mor and Lynn Mario de Souza). From this core, we will partner with colleagues at the University of Winnipeg, Glendon College, York University, and the University of Waterloo in Canada and the State University of Mato Grosso do Sul, the Federal University of Alagoas, the Federal University of Sergipe, the Getulio Vargas Foundation, Rio, and APLIEMS (Association of English Teachers of Mato Grosso do Sul) in Brazil. Each co-investigator brings distinctive expertise to this project. Our co-creation of knowledge and understanding will synthesize and build on existing work across the disciplines with the aim of mobilizing our findings in accessible ways in classroom and web-based settings, building institutional capacity, and training the next generation of teachers, translators, and researchers in both countries. Ian Martin's participation is made possible, in part, through support from the SSHRC partnership development grant program, the Canada Research Chair’s program and York University. Notice — This video has been made available for download under a creative commons licence Attribution-NonCommercial, for any reuse or distribution, you must make clear to others the license terms of this work. The best way to do this is with a link to this web page. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ Camera credit Bill Brydon

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              • Mais Skate no Mundo Novo, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Dia 19-06-2011.

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                Agora na descida principal, mais veloz !

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                • Postcard from Brazil

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                  Contemplative landscape hocus-pocus shot with a very low-tech camera in various landscapes of Brazil. The fog lifts, a mountain disappears, night descends, and a new day (complete with a new landscape) emerges from the darkness. I don't know if this subtle video will work on the small computer screen from a relatively low-rez file. I'll have to see if enough of the details manage to penetrate the pixels.

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                  • Skate no Mundo Novo, Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Dia 19-06-2011.

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                    from Andre Motta / Added

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                    Esse primeiro video mostra descidas suaves, no lado menos inclinado do local. Há uma curva bem acentuada à direita, que requer atenção. Dia de festa !

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                    • XIII Campeonato Carioca de Agility em Niterói

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                      from Nicole Leal / Added

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                      Musica: Battle Without Honor or Humanity - Tomoyasu Hotei

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