APROXIMAÇÕES ENTRE A CONCEPÇÃO DE ALFABETIZAÇÃO DE PAULO FREIRE E OS NOVOS ESTUDOS SOBRE LETRAMENTO

Lesley Bartlett, Maria do Socorro Alencar Nunes Macedo

Resumo


Este ensaio tem por objetivo apresentar uma releitura de Paulo Freire estabelecendo uma aproximação entre a sua proposta de alfabetização crítica e os Novos Estudos sobre Letramento (NEL) propostos por Street, 1984, 2003; Barton & Hamilton, 2.000; Barton, 2007; Gee, 1995. Podemos situar a sua perspectiva de letramento numa relação de proximidade com o modelo ideológico proposto por Street (1984), que concebe o letramento como uma prática sociocultural permeada por relações de poder. Concluímos que o processo de alfabetização é, portanto, inseparável da construção social das práticas de leitura e escrita. Os professores precisam questionar-se continuamente sobre como as relações sociais influenciam e constituem os processos de construção do letramento.

Palavras-chave: Paulo Freire. Letramento. Educação e história.

 

Abstract

This paper aims to present a re-reading of Paulo Freire`s perspectives on literacy establishing a connection between its proposed critical literacy and the New Literacy Studies (NEL) proposed by Street, 1984 2003; Barton & Hamilton, 2000; Barton, 2007; Gee, 1995. We can place your perspective of literacy in a close relationship with the ideological model proposed by Street (1984) that conceives literacy as a sociocultural practice permeated by power relations. We conclude that literacy process is therefore inseparable from the social construction of reading and writing practices; teachers need to question themselves continually on how social relationships influence and constitute the literacy processes.

Keywords: Paulo Freire. Literacy. Education and history.


Palavras-chave


Paulo Freire. Letramento. Educação e história.

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