09/07 - Our students are supportive


The concept of solidarity depends on the worldview of each one: sometimes, this action triggers a teamwork with different forms of awareness that involves society, sometimes it is understood only as possibly help someone who needs it. Whatever your purpose, the spirit of solidarity is always welcome and greatly contributes to the development of virtues.

By taking the mission to develop citizenship and, believing that the virtues are perfected with the habit, the College trilingual Innovation comes valuing and encouraging the efforts of students willing to do good. The results show an evolution in the subjects' intention to be supportive of significant experiences of reciprocity and mutual respect, characteristic of a cooperative environment.

The first initiative came from the students during a science class with Professor Silvana, when she got a video on nutrition and malnutrition that showed also social inequalities. Students sensitized organized quickly to collect non-perishable food, and encouraged by the school, the campaign expanded to involve the entire college, thus resulting in the Project Children and Youth Solidarity, which aims to help people financially needy. To this are campaigns, raffles and collecting food, clothing, shoes, toys and school supplies to be distributed to students in poor communities Chapecó.

Another demonstration of solidarity has been attracting attention in escola.Trata is the attention and care that the student Aimee Laufer Gonçalves, the 8th grade has received from colleagues after carrying out an orthopedic surgery. With the immobilized her leg started to experience mobility limitations in school, in view of the grandeur of space. Due to this limitation, has received all the affection of her colleagues that circulate through the school grounds via the lift and opted to stay with a colleague in the classroom during recess.

06/07 - Evaluation Bimonthly: one-way street

Students of the College Trilingual Innovation held on 3rd July, the second-Step Evaluation Bimonthly 2008. Evaluations are planned in four years, each containing 60 questions divided among the 12 curriculum subjects. In addition to demystify the fear of the evaluation process that tends to be accompanied by fears and anxieties, the evaluation is a bimonthly permitediagnosticar mechanism that is the result generated by the college education is achieved those goals.

Evaluation Bimonthly is a two-way street as it is a motivational tool and even stimulating attempts to change the faculty and students. On the other hand, tends to prepare students at an early age to open, vestibular, since it simulates the routine use of these competitions including common nomenclature and terminology.

According to the pedagogical coordinator, Rudinei Frese, this mechanism brings the transparency of education as it is possible to measure student achievement at both general and specific. "In addition to assessing student performance, the results provide the ability to suggest improvements in the teaching and learning," he concludes.

The contract issues, templates and best placed on the assessments are available at the college. The first was held on April 18 with students from 3rd to 8th grade. The second experiment, on July 3, also extended to students in 2nd grade and second grade. The following assessments are scheduled for September 24 and December 2 and will have the same formats.

Champions hit


Rafael Pinetti, 6th grade student, is the champion of hits in the overall assessment in April. He hit 56 questions and received a score of 9.33. In his testimony, said Rafael paying attention in class may be sufficient to perform well on tests, but continue with their studies at home is what makes the difference. "So do all the duties and review evidence," he stresses. Rafael also assigns to the habit of reading their good performance. "Sometimes I read textbooks that complement the study of reading room and also do not mandatory. Do not consider myself a voracious reader, but I realize that this habit stimulates the ability of reading comprehension and oral expression, which is reflected in all disciplines."


The evaluation of July brought a new twist: Allan Pilatti Gonçalves, Carolina Kaempf Farret and Matthew Borges de Oliveira, students of 2nd year hit 100% of the questions and were tied for first place with a score of 10. The only three said they do all the tasks and read daily, but the teacher Sinara Giacomazzi said this achievement goes beyond the commitment of students, because it is the result of a plan organized labor, which is thought oriented and taking into account the development Cognitive each child.


30/06 - 1st Gala Trilingual Innovation School

Integrating students, working self-esteem and lack of inhibition, is among the goals of the 1st Gala Trilingual Innovation School will happen on July 5, 2008. Everyone will be encouraged to participate in dances and games through attractions guided by teachers and management committee of parents. The event also aims to show participants that you can have fun without using alcohol, cigarettes and drugs.

The target audience are the dance students from 5th to 8th grades and friends and guests will take place between 21 pm Saturday and Sunday one hour with the animation of the band Generation Melody. The suggested attire is suit and tie for boys and girls dress. Tickets are being sold at $ 15.00 and can be purchased at the reception of the College.

Parallel to the ball will be happening two other events with similar objectives. The first is the Fantasy Ball to be held on Friday, July 04, from 15:30 to 18:40, only for students from nursery to 2nd year studying at the Trilingual Innovation School. To integrate students from 2nd to 4th grade will be held on Saturday, between 15 and 18 hours, the Student Ball. Dress is party and tickets are being sold at $ 10.00. Students can also bring guests.

24/04 - Rotarian visiting the American College

Contact with native speakers is essential for learners of English as a foreign language to acquire proficiency.

Yesterday, April 23, students of the College trilingual Innovation visited by American Greg LaFollette, which was made possible through the Rotary Club of Chapecó. During the visit, besides the exchange of cultures and exchange experiences as well as the objectives of the visit to Brazil, specifically in Chapecó, reported by the visitor, students had the opportunity to ask questions and put into practice all the knowledge that has been built in four weekly classes in English and an effective contact with the native English.

Opportunities with this are important for the objectives in terms of English language proficiency to be achieved to ensure the communication of students in the future labor market. Thus, trilingual Innovation in College, so that the student can achieve a level of effective communication and any language is Portuguese, English, Spanish or any other, it is believed that activities like this are very important for the learner experience in practice what is learned in the classroom.



25/06 - Loads of fun in "Arraiá" Trilingual Innovation School

Junina Festival was a success

The Junina Festival held on the 20th was a success. Since the early afternoon, students, faculty and staff began to feel the festive mood. The arrival at the school, dressed in costumes hicks was a moment of great fun.

Before the party, students from third to eighth grade were involved in final preparations for the party: decorations of the tents and organization of the games. The festival started at 15:30. The fishery, the karaoke and the chain were the major highlights. There was no lack of kissing the tent and mail stylish addition to many foods.

Students in kindergarten and first year won a special place to play with fishing, bowling and lots of fun. In the evening everyone gathered in the gym. Family members could also join the party and raise the presentations: sieves, redneck wedding, trova, stick-to-tape, gang and songs with the participation of students in all grades.

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