Abstract:The text presents some results of the research about how children and teenagers learn yorubá, a live African language practiced in candomblé in Brazil. The study developed in a candomblé yard at Baixada Fluminense, in Rio de Janeiro, between April, 2012 and September, 2013. We share the same comprehension with Alves (2010), in his opinion, that the walls of schools are imaginary creations and we learn everything in or out of the schools, in other words, in an educating network. We understand that the candomblé… Show more
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