Latest presentations of the India Amazon Project in public schools

On Tuesday, June 4, the latest presentations of the India Amazon Project (PIAMA) will be held at the Escola Industrial de Taguatinga (CEM EIT – QNB 01 AE 01, Taguatinga Norte) with 12 meetings/presentations for students, four per school. PIAMA will promote environmental education in DF’s public high schools with poetry reading presentations and a speech by Chico de Aquino, author of the poem ‘India Amazonia’. The initiative has the institutional support of the DF Department of Education and the Instituto Fazer o The project will be carried out by the Environmental Rescue Group (GRA) through a funding agreement of the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change.

The project has already passed through the Centro Educacional 619 (CED 619) in Sambadía (QR 619, Setar Norte AE1) and the Centro de Ensino Medio Taguatinga Norte (CEMTN – Centro C Norte 02, 03, Taguatinga Norte).

The initiative has the institutional support of the DF Education Department and the Fejer o Bem Institute. The project will be operated by the Environmental Rescue Group (GRA) through a funding agreement from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change.

Cláudio Oliveira, President of GRA, says that it is very relevant to be able to carry out cultural initiatives in dialogue with schools. “The high dropout rate of high school students must be tackled with the best initiatives. Culture is always a powerful tool to show the many paths that each individual can make and it also encourages essential reflection about life and the world around us in a playful way”, says Cláudio.

As for the author of the text, actor and writer Chico de Aquino, he explains that during the dramatic reading, techniques from the same methodology will be applied, applied by actress Fernanda Monte Negro, with whom the author learned the craft of developing dramatic reading workshops when he was her student. “Speaking of travel, rescue and environmental protection, we will have reading moments that create positive learning patterns on the topic covered and other future topics that students will study throughout their lives,” explains Aquino.

The author about what inspired her to write the work. “The first time I heard about the Amazon, it was in class. I was in the 5th grade of elementary school and Norma, the geography teacher from Ginásio Primeiro de Maio (Floriano-PI), with her words took us on a journey through the green carpet of the Amazon jungle, enjoying the largest river basin in the world, this stayed in my mind and inspired me to discover the jungle a little, almost thirty years ago, I spent all my time researching. Notes Aquino.

The author also points out that students will be able to discuss tourist attractions in the Amazon rainforest. “We want to provide an opportunity to understand that the Amazon is alive, evolving and that the state of the forest is a necessity for the community in general. The Amazon is not just a World Heritage Site, it is Brazilian heritage specifically for the indigenous peoples of the forest, who live in about 80% of the approximately 5 million square kilometers of the Brazilian Amazon”, concludes the author and actor.

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What: Latest presentations of the India Amazon Project in public schools
Where and when: Tuesday, June 4, at the Escola Industrial de Taguatinga High School Center (CEM EIT – QNB 01 AE 01, Taguatinga Norte)
Information: (61) 99905-5905

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