Promoting narratives of children's daily life in educational interactions

Claudio Baraldi

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O artigo discute o uso do conceito de narrativas e facilitação do diálogo nos Estudos da Crianças, defendendo que as narrativas são importantes quer como construções sociais das realidades das crianças quer como meios de as crianças participarem na sua construção enquanto agentes sociais. A partir deste quadro, o artigo discute um estudo acerca dos modos de participação das crianças na construção de narrativas sobre as suas memórias pessoais, num contexto de sala de aula, e com o apoio de um facilitador. As narrativas produzidas nestas interações facilitadas foram impulsionadas pelas fotografias privadas das crianças sobre as suas memórias, entretanto descritas e comentadas na sala de aula. A análise salientou, em particular: (1) os tipos de narrativas produzidas nessas interações, e (2) os modos mais importantes de facilitação de participação das crianças e de produção das narrativas, nesse contexto de interação. 

Palavras-chave: agência, narrativas, interação, facilitação, fotografias.


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agency; narratives; interaction; facilitation; photographs

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17346/se.vol21.245

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