Abordagem dos gêneros no ensino de línguas

Eliane Gouvêa Lousada, Maria Inês Batista Campos
2015 Linha D'Água  
The issue of textual / discursive genres arrives in Brazil in the 90s, and before long, begins to exert influence in the mother language teaching, having its principles incorporated into official documents, such as PCN (National Curriculum Parameters) in national level, and other documents of the state level. Thus, the problem of genres ends up entering school, by teacher training initiatives for education through genres, or by textbooks from PNLD (National Textbook Program) which consider the
more » ... enres as teaching units. In proposing an innovative reading and writing comprehension and thus guiding differently language teaching, this adoption of genres is not without conflict within public policies, the development of teaching materials and, above all, the work of teachers. From public policies are born impositions that have difficulty in penetrating the school practice field. With regard to the preparation of textbooks, we see the tensions between publishers, authors and reviewers, who leave traces materialized in the existing contradictions in the various teaching collections. Regarding the work of teachers, we found their difficulty in adapting their teaching practices, the needs of students and school demands. For nearly two decades of the arrival of genres in Brazilian schools, many researches have focused on investigating the consequences of guidelines for teaching nationwide. In this issue 28, volume 2, 2015, Linha d´Água brings to readers some frequently asked questions that permeate the mother language teaching, that is, the problem of genres, genres in the textbook and the teacher's work with the genres. These questions end with articles that came from national and foreign institutions, showing the commitment of teachers and researchers who develop works in the area. Nineteen authors take part in this issue from various Brazilian states such as Paraná, São Paulo, Paraíba, Piauí, Rio Grande do Norte and French
doi:10.11606/issn.2236-4242.v28i2p1-4 fatcat:25ooowdnjvbi5bkqxrutcobmca