Intercultural language teaching in indigenous higher education

This paper presents an overview of the complementary studies of the Intercultural Education course, taken place at the Federal University of Goiás, concerning to the teaching and learning of language in higher education for Brazilian indigenous teachers. This process develops in a intercultural bi / tri / multilingual environment in which several languages and cultures coexist in the same space-time. From the reflection on the sociolinguistic situation and on the intercultural exchange of linguistic knowledge of the subjects involved, we present the complementary studies of this course that directly work with language education of and within the languages: Indigenous Languages, Intercultural Portuguese, Intercultural English, Libras (Brazilian Sign Language) and Information Technology.