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It is worth keeping in mind that the so called bilingual approach defines the Sign Language as L1 and the writing in Portuguese as L2. The present study approaches the deaf person writing ability from a theoretical perspective which tries to explain their productions and difficulties as effects of the functioning of language and not as cognitive deficits. The discussion developed here was guided by propositions from the Brazilian Interactionism, proposed and advanced by Cláudia Lemos and otherdoaj:c32be68a37574e8b82ab05a22da3b775 fatcat:appuxyhu2fhddfxh7kaxdkkbvi