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This work assumes that it is a basic school commitment to contribute to scientific dissemination, scientific literacy, and the establishment of a culture of science in society, especially in Brazil, a country where scientific denialism is still very present. The purpose of this text is to reflect on the challenges and results of a practical experience with scientific dissemination at the Fundação Escola Técnica Liberato Salzano Vieira da Cunha, a public technical high school in Novo Hamburgo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Two actions carried out by a Portuguese language teacher at the institution are reported: the work with the discursive genre news for scientific dissemination in high school classes and the editorial of the journal Liberato Científica, the institution's journal for scientific dissemination.
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