TITLE

LECTURA Y ANÁLISIS DE CUATRO MANUALES ESCOLARES DE LENGUA DE EDICIONES ARGENTINAS

AUTHOR(S)
Goicoechea Gaona, María Victoria
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Contextos Educativos;2010, Vol. 13, p99
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The development of this work is inserted in the area of Languages and Literatures Didactics, and consists in the analysis of four Language school texts edited in Argentin, and was performed starting from the Social-Discursive Interactionism/Social and Discoursive Interaccionism theory (Geneva-Bariloche). The four studied textbooks are organized around speech genres (textual genres) usual in the school field, what proves that this notion is fundamental in the teaching of Language. It is surprising that while the presence of discursive notions is high, most of the exercises proposed to the students is centered on gramatical notions.
ACCESSION #
79932380

 

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