Gêneros do ensino: uma abordagem bakhtiniana

  • Elsie Rockwell Estudios Avanzados do Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Palavras-chave: Gêneros do ensino. Interação em sala de aula. História do ensino

Resumo

Este artigo enfatiza a natureza cultural e histórica do ensino. Com base na teoria dos gêneros do discurso de Bakhtin, aborda-se a interação em sala de aula como um gênero secundário que reflete a história do ensino em cada localidade. A análise de uma aula observada em uma comunidade rural no México mostra como gêneros de origens diversas comunicam diferentes tipos de conhecimentos, quando imbricados na conversação em curso na sala de aula

Abstract

This article stresses the cultural/historical nature of teaching. Drawing on Bakhtin’s theory of speech genres, it approaches classroom discourse as a composite genre that reflects the history of teaching in each locality. The analysis of a lesson observed in a rural school in Mexico shows how genres drawn from a variety of sources convey different sorts of knowledge as they are woven into ongoing classroom conversation.

Keywords: teaching genres, classroom discourse, history of teaching

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2016-04-28
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Rockwell, E. (2016). Gêneros do ensino: uma abordagem bakhtiniana. Trabalhos Em Linguística Aplicada, 51(2), 487-513. Recuperado de https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/tla/article/view/8645364
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