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Material de Apoio

Materiais usados em aula

Ética na pesquisa

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Ciência

  • Cap. 1, “Science and common sense”, de Nagel, E. The Structure of Science. London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1961.
  • Knobel, M. “Ciência e pseudo-ciência”, Física na Escola, v. 9, n. 1, pp. 6-9, 2008.
  • Artigo do Prof. Silvio Seno Chibeni sobre o que é ciência, do ponto de vista filosófico.
  • Do mesmo autor, notas sobre tipos de argumentos. Simples, mas interessante.
  • Ciência pelos jornalistas (texto simples, introdutório, feito por quem trabalha com vulgarização científica).
  • Metodologia de pesquisa: Curso do Prof. Jacques Sauvé (UFCG)

Alguns recursos para escrita científica

  • Escrita Científica: Material produzido pelo Prof. Valtencir Zucolotto, da USP, incluindo apostilas e video-aulas.
  • Norma para apresentação de trabalhos acadêmicos: NBR 14724 (2011)
  • Norma para informações a serem incluídas nas referências: NBR 6023 (2002)
  • Norma para apresentação de citações: NBR 10520 (2002)

Como fazer uma apresentação oral um trabalho

The TED Commandments

These 10 tips are given to all TED Conference speakers as they prepare their TEDTalks. They will help your TED speakers craft talks that will have a profound impact on your audience.

  1. Dream big. Strive to create the best talk you have ever given. Reveal something never seen before. Do something the audience will remember forever. Share an idea that could change the world.
  2. Show us the real you. Share your passions, your dreams ... and also your fears. Be vulnerable. Speak of failure as well as success.
  3. Make the complex plain. Don't try to dazzle intellectually. Don't speak in abstractions. Explain! Give examples. Tell stories. Be specific.
  4. Connect with people's emotions. Make us laugh! Make us cry!
  5. Don't flaunt your ego. Don't boast. It's the surest way to switch everyone off.
  6. No selling from the stage! Unless we have specifically asked you to, do not talk about your company or organization. And don't even think about pitching your products or services or asking for funding from stage.
  7. Feel free to comment on other speakers' talks, to praise or to criticize. Controversy energizes! Enthusiastic endorsement is powerful!
  8. Don't read your talk. Notes are fine. But if the choice is between reading or rambling, then read!
  9. End your talk on time. Doing otherwise is to steal time from the people that follow you. We won't allow it.
  10. Rehearse your talk in front of a trusted friend ... for timing, for clarity, for impact.
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Daniel Mesquita,
23 de mar de 2015 16:39