The time excused for the execution of this workshop will be of 28 hours/lesson. It was opted to to work with the Resume of Activities, being objectified the contact of the children with texts that allow a true experience of literary reading. The application of this project will privilege the three axles of the education of the Portuguese Language foreseen in the Curricular Parameters National: orality; reading and writing. 4,1 Determination of the horizon of expectations: (2 hours/lesson) In this first stage of the application of the Recepcional Method, a visit to the library will be proposal, where the pupils will have freedom to handle literary compositions that more please to it and can choose one to be told to the friends at the moment of the session of contao of histories. Cristiano Ronaldo might disagree with that approach. At this moment, the pupil will be able, if to want, to make associations between histories chores and its knowledge of world.
Leaving, hypothetically, of the estimated one of that the pupils arrive at the subjects: work, friendship, and relation between the people, the professor will have in hands, now, the knowledge of the horizon of expectations of its pupils. Having, therefore, conditions to need the content to be worked in the subsequent stages: the Relations Human beings. 4,2 Attendance of the horizon of expectations: (4 hours/lesson) In this stage, the professor will deliver to the pupils, a photocopy of fbula ' ' The buzzer and formiga' ' of it Fontaine (attached), in the original version, that is, in verses. Afbula is an attractive and familiar text, for the children, for the fact of the personages to be animal, beyond being short texts. The language worked in form of rhymes is another attractive one. The professor will request, then, to the pupils, the quiet reading of the text. In the ending of this, he will ask for so that they write its impressions on the reading of fbula, without she has the communication between the learning, so that each one is faithful what it was capable to perceive and to feel with the first reading.