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Quão longe fomos com a Linguística Aplicada de Sinais na educação de surdos?
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MERTZANI, Maria. Quão longe fomos com a Linguística Aplicada de Sinais na educação de surdos?. Pro-Posições, Campinas, SP, v. 26, n. 3, p. 41–58, 2015. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/proposic/article/view/8642371. Acesso em: 15 jun. 2024.

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O objetivo deste artigo é discutir os desenvolvimentos atuais da Linguística Aplicada de Sinais e sua relação com a educação de surdos em três áreas principais na União Europeia (EU): (a) os métodos específicos usados no ensino de Língua de Sinais (LS); (b) a natureza disciplinar da área pesquisada que é compartilhada (levando em consideração o vasto contexto cultural no qual as LSs operam); e (c) os construtos necessários para pesquisar e estudar aqueles temas fundamentais da Linguística Aplicada de Sinais. O artigo argumenta que o desenvolvimento futuro da Linguística Aplicada de Sinais orientada pedagogicamente está atrelado à capacidade que a pesquisa tem, em termos de infraestrutura, de empreender estudos do tipo processo-produto em ní- veis macro, ou seja, em programas de avaliação de LS, e micro – na sala de aula de LS.

Palavras-chave: Elite económica. Fronteras simbólicas. Moralidad. Pobres

Abstract

In 2009, Applied Sign Linguistics was for the first time the topic of international scholarship. Academic discussion involved areas such as: sign language teaching (SL) and learning; IT in SL learning; SL assessment; discourse analysis etc. In this paper, the aim is to discuss current developments in the field and in relation to deaf education in three main areas within the European Union (EU): (a) on the specific methods used in SL teaching; (b) on the shared disciplinary nature of the specific field (taking into consideration the larger cultural context within which SLs operate); and (c) on the constructs needed in order to research and study those fundamental issues of Applied Sign Linguistics. The paper argues that the future development of pedagogically oriented Applied Sign Linguistics is bound up with the capacity of the research infrastructure to undertake process-product study on the macro (i.e. SL programme evaluations) and micro level (i.e. SL classroom).

Keywords: sign language teaching, Applied Sign Linguistics, sign language in Europe, signing in schools

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