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The Journal of Modern African Studies30 2: One of the most valuable features of Mozambique is its cultural diversity which, coincidentally, also accompanies its biological diversity.

Despite the fact that diversity appears as something natural in social life and school, we can say that it has become an educational problem created by the school institution itself, when want to manage it. Concordamos com Dussel quando este afirma que:. Notas 1 Eduardo Mondlane nasceu em It can be biological or cultural.

Politique Africaine29, mar. It is clear that this defense will not thread the old discussion that still exists between homogenization and cultural diversity. Maputo, capital of Mozambique, sees the condition of displacement and urban accessibility worsens as it grows its metropolitan area. Acesso em 17 jul.

Intercultural perspective consider the relationships between different cultures and the interaction between them produces conflicts between different visions of the world; – respect to the subject in relation to intercultural education “as a relationship develops between people of different cultures.

All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. The curriculum should allow for the possibility of differentiation, with no discrimination or stigmatization of certain culture. Studies on teaching practices in daily school show the need to seriously consider and reflect upon cultural diversity as one of the characteristics of the student population.

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Entretanto, encontrava-se nas escolas, segundo Samora Machel, uma grande dificuldade para implantar as diretrizes do Partido.

Our interest by hybridization processes emerged of linguistic analysis that we make about the variety of Portuguese used in Mozambique which I believe is modambique hybrid product resulting from contact between the Bantu-speaking and Portuguese. There are several ways in Mozambique of social, cultural, political and religious organization, there are many faiths, languages, customs, traditions and various forms of education 1.

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Revista Brasileira de Estudos Urbanos e Regionais, n. All the contents of this journal, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Teachers can not ignore the diversity and human and mocambiquue wealth of their students.

A parte considerada de cimento manteve-se. Exaltam-se direitos e liberdades individuais, bem como se preserva o particular e o singular. As we know, the policy concern of the State and national identity in favor of creating a homogeneous national culture led to the dilution and the erasure of cultural differences in school with the goal of ensuring equal education for all. There are unequal opportunities for children and young people in rural areas. Studies on cultural diversity can be framed in the context of post-colonial and cultural studies.

Worldwide we are witnessing the immersion of cultural identity:.

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Mozambican educators face the challenge of thinking on educational concepts and models that take into account the issue of diversity and multiculturalism in education who intend to find ways to live together in the school between individuals from different cultures. Although the concept of “hybridization” come loaded with colonial prejudices, is tradicinal so biased that we use such a term.


This author argues that cultural identities are declining, “giving rise to new identities and fragmenting the modern individual, hitherto seen as a subject unified” Hall,p. Services on Demand Journal. Apart from having to assume the role of researcher-teacher of local content, the teacher must address all other concerns inherent in the teaching profession in Mozambique: Submitted 6 Nov ; received in revised form 24 Mar ; accepted 28 Apr Cultural difference can vary by ethnicity, race, age, religion, gender, geographic region, world views, desires, values and so on.

The intercultural perspective seeks to promote the relationship between people of different cultures; – with regard to educational practice, a multicultural perspective uses different cultures as objects of study.

A educação tradicional em Moçambique

Maputo, Instituto Nacional do Livro e do Disco. The bilingual education and the introduction of local curriculum in Mozambique is a good example of this approach to multicultural education curriculum in schools. The Mozambican urban culture is both inside and outside of Western culture and African culture authentically. Hybridization is used in this work to express the emergence of new cultures and new identities that are the result of blending of other cultures.

The theme of cultural diversity in education is much discussed nowadays as educators are very concerned about finding ways of reconciling the right to equal education for all with respect for cultural differences.