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Friday, July 19, 2019

04/10 - X TRILÍNGUE SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS

A decade ago, the College Trilingual Innovation promotes Trilingual Scientific Congress.The event took place on September 28 and aims to disseminate knowledge and enable the students to contact the research, as well as the exercise of the three languages worked in the College

(Portuguese, English and Spanish), using the methodology recommended by the Brazilian Association ofTechnical Standards (ABNT).Since the 6th Year of Elementary Education, students are encouraged to enter Scientific Initiation in a specific discipline, already in preparation for the academic world of higher education.

To brighten up the event, there were also beautiful artistic presentations during the afternoon. The 6th graders sang and played Pharrell Williams' song Happy, in the English Language; the students Lucas Balzan Roman and Maria Eduarda Guimarães Ramirez of the 8th Year interpreted the song Céu azul, by Charlie Brown Jr, in the Portuguese Language; the student Sofia Camara of the 4th Year 1 sang Águas de Março, by Elis Regina, in the Portuguese Language; the student Bianca Pires da Silva de Farias of the 3rd Year 2 interpreted the song Valiente, of Soy Luna, in the Spanish Language; and Ana Vitoria Vinter, Andra Rosignol Dezen, Andrei Rosignol Dezen, Gabriela Lima, Liriana Domingues Paludo, Maria Isabel Vinter and Rafaela Malagutti dramatized a beautiful poetry.

The presentations were oriented and packed by the solo of the music teacher of the College - Cleber Souza.

Congratulations to the students selected for the X TRILÍNGUE SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS!

Milena Tumelero, 2nd grade high school student, author of the research in the Spanish Language: Pharmacology, pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of antibiotics;
Beatriz Blanda da Silva, a student of the 1st Grade of High School, author of the Portuguese Language Research: Photoluminescence;
Milena Bays, a student of the 1st Grade of High School, author of the research in the English Language: Machiavelli and the Contemporary Society: are we all princes ?;
Manoela Lorenz Vernetti, 8th grade student of Elementary School, author of the research in the Spanish Language: Anabolic steroids;
Letícia Foltran Menegotto, student of the 7th year of Elementary School, author of the research in Portuguese Language: The emergence of writing and its first manifestations;
Arthur Roden Maia, 6th year student of the Elementary School, author of the research in English: The influence of mathematics in works of history architecture;
Ana Laura Wichroski dos Santos, student of the 1st High School Series, author of the research in the Spanish Language: Araucarias Forest;
Allan Hermes Basso, 2nd Grade High School Student, author of the Portuguese Language Research: Pathology of digestive allergies;
Narciso Giovane Nunes Baez, student of the 9th grade of Elementary School, author of the research in the English Language: Inequality of gender in the labor Market;
Carolina Severo Waldow, a student of the 7th year of Elementary School, author of the research in the Spanish Language: Great creations: the war artifacts of Leonardo Da Vinci;
Maria Luiza Sbeghen, 8th grade student of Elementary School, author of the Portuguese Language Survey: A look at her politics;
Yan Victor Ribeiro de Mello, student of the Secondary High School, author of the research in the English Language: Corruption in Brazil;
Alejandra Rojas Oshima, 9th grade student of Elementary School, author of the research in the Spanish Language: Colligative properties;
Lívia Zeni, student of the 6th grade of Elementary School, author of the research in the Portuguese Language: Man and space;
Arthur Guilherme de Moura, 6th year student of Elementary School, author of the research in the Spanish Language: Eureka, Discovering Archimedes;
Nadiny Warken Cremonini, 7th grade student of Elementary School, author of the Portuguese Language Survey: Football Statistics;
Andressa da Rosa Schein, 9th grade student of the Elementary School, author of the research in the Portuguese Language: Book or film?;
Maria Eduarda Campos, 8th year student of the Elementary School, author of the research in English: The Harry Potter phenomenon: a reader factory.