Cod. SIMP019 - Abstract


Title: GENDER DISCURSIVE AND VERB – VISUAL LANGUAGE IN READING EDUCATION FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION

Coordinators / Institutions
SONIA SUELI BERTI-SANTOS – UNICSUL
MIRIAN BAUAB PUZZO – UNITAU

Abstract: This workshop aims to discuss the verbal-visual reading genres in high school and its importance in the formation of critical readers. Today, facing the media society in which young people are, reading the verb-visual is common, however, the verb-visual reading education is still a challenge to be faced by teachers. In this sense, the study of these languages ​​in relation to teaching is necessary and urgent. To base our actions related to education and analysis of the verb-visual, seek input on Bakhtin and the Circle, though they did not specifically address the non-verbal signs in Bakhtin / Volochínov in Marxism and Philosophy of Language ([1929] 2006) , Volochínov in La word en la vida y la palabra en la poetry ([1926] 1997), Bakhtin in Aesthetics of verbal creation ([1954] 2003) found foundation possibilities for analysis of these languages. Other studies, too, will be the basis for our justification, as Haynes (1995) in relation to visual art and the proposed Brait (2013) tangent to the relationship between the two non-segmented mode of languages ​​in which the verb-visual constitutes an integrated whole in various enunciative forms. So the purpose of this symposium is to promote discussion of this verb-visuality in the various journalistic genres and advertisers, the dialogical perspective of discourse, in order to support new ways of reading especially to high school students.

Keywords: Language Teaching; verbal-visual language, reading