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A escola em discurso: análise enunciativa de um exercício de improvisação teatral

by Gonçalves, Jean Carlos

Abstract (Summary)
This research, linked to the research speech and the education practice group, intend to understand the sense of school that get involved the theater students´ discourse,from the theatrical improvisation exercises. The collection of the information was realized with the participation of the 5 students´ of 7ª and 8ª grade, member of the ARTENOMIA project in a public school of Balneário Camboriú - SC. From the invitation to the students to improvise a theatrical scene with the theme: school, we tried to investigate the sense of the speech produced among them, and the social places fromwhere they show while characters of the school sphere. The linguistics materialization was obtained from two created scene transcription, the first form the analysis corpus.The collection was complemented by using the diary field. The theoretical view is the enunciation of the theory, having Bakhtin its main point of referent. The power relationis analyzed from the perspective of foucaultiana. The improvisation used in this work as the mean of the representation is discussed from Spolin and Johnstone. Theinformation point to the understanding of the school where the students talk about the places and established status and social exercises in dispute place and permeatedinterexpressions of power games, where the situation is chaotic (anomia) and the moralized pedagogy practice. It is also possible to conclude and defend the theatricalimprovisation as the methodology device to the understanding of the enunciated situations
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Marci Fileti Martins; Maria da Conceição Lima de Andrade; Otília Lizete Martins de Oliveira Heinig

School:Universidade Regional de Blumenau

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:school discourse sense theatrical improvisation

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Date of Publication:02/15/2008

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