A interação professor-aluno na aprendizagem em língua materna
Danielly Lopes de Lima
DATA DE PUBLICAÇÃO
The current paper has as its object of study the investigation of teacherstudents interaction in Portuguese classrooms environment. We intend to demonstrate that the interactional context in which Portuguese classes occur is considered unproductive and that the verbal interaction between teacher and students is like a battle field, because we believe the existing discussions do not help the learning process. The theoretical support of this research centers on the Interactional Sociolinguistics and Verbal Interaction Theory (Bortoni- Ricardo, Koch, Goffman) and on the Zone of Proximal Development Theory (Vygotsky), among others. In order to obtain the trustful results, the data was collected from audio recordings of Portuguese classes and questionnaire answers from teachers and students of two high school second grade groups from a public state school in João Pessoa-PB. The analysis of the data is based in a interpretative methodology which aims to understand how teacher-student interaction occurs in mother tongue classes and how positively this reflects in the learning-teaching process of Portuguese language. The results confirmed that the classroom dialogical interaction is unproductive most of the times, since it does not positively reflect in the learning process of Portuguese language. It was also possible to notice the difficulty that exists in this interactive process, because the classroom, most of the times, reflects the difficult relationship between teacher and student and consequently it influences the teachinglearning process.