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Um estudo sobre a segmenta????o n??o-convencional na aquisi????o da escrita de alunos de EJA; Um estudo sobre a segmenta????o n??o-convencional na aquisi????o da escrita de alunos de EJA; A study of the non-conventional segmentation in EJA students writing acquisition; A study of the non-conventional segmentation in EJA students writing acquisition

FERREIRA, Carmen Regina Gon??alves
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educa????o; Programa de P??s-Gradua????o em Educa????o; UFPel; BR Publicador: Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Educa????o; Programa de P??s-Gradua????o em Educa????o; UFPel; BR
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The theme of this thesis deals with the non-conventional segmentation processes, hiposegmentations, hypersegmentations and hybrid forms which can be found in texts written by students who take part in EJA, a government project for the education of the youth and the adult. In this study, non-conventional segmentations of words are considered structures that arise from the hypotheses which the subjects have formulated in their writing acquisition process (FERREIRO & TEBEROSKY, 1999). This information is valuable linguistic material since it can give clues regarding the phonological knowledge these learners use when they write (ABAURRE, 1991). From this perspective, this study aimed at describing and analyzing the processes which adults go through - during their literacy process when they face the task of segmenting their writing according to conventions, as well as comparing these results to the ones related to child writing in order to check the adequacy of categories proposed by Cunha (2004) to the analysis of non-conventional segmentation in texts written by EJA students. The data used for analysis were extracted from texts written by three EJA students and collected longitudinally in text production workshops which aimed at creative and spontaneous texts. Results show that clitics...