O uso de formas interativas e métodos de abordagem de leitura sintópica em classes avançadas de língua inglesa

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29051/el.v7iesp.4.15665

Palavras-chave:

Pensamento crítico, Habilidades de pensamento, Sistema de exercícios, Escola de ensino avançado, Estratégias de leitura

Resumo

Este artigo tem como objetivo pesquisar o uso de formas interativas e métodos de abordagem de leitura sintópica na sala de aula do ensino médio de língua inglesa para melhorar as habilidades cognitivas e a competência dos alunos em leitura, bem como para desenvolver o pensamento crítico. Enquanto a leitura analítica envolve principalmente as atividades dos alunos, como argumentação, análise e avaliação de determinado texto por meio da localização de exemplos no mesmo texto, a leitura sintópica desenvolve o pensamento crítico na medida em que (desde que) se concentre nas habilidades dos alunos para comparar e contrastar diferentes textos que tratam de um mesmo tópico, para expressar ideias sofisticadas, para integrar ou sintetizar as ideias de fontes múltiplas e para formular argumentos originais. Os objetivos do artigo são determinar as etapas do processo de aprendizagem descrito, a estrutura de cada etapa proposta e desenvolver o sistema de exercícios correspondente para dominar as habilidades de competência mencionadas e desenvolver o pensamento crítico nos alunos. A pesquisa traz implicações pedagógicas para a sala de aula de escolas de inglês, sugerindo que os professores de línguas empreguem o ensino explícito de estratégias de leitura que facilitam a leitura crítica e desenvolvem habilidades de pensamento crítico.

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Biografia do Autor

Lyubov Marymonska, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv

Assistant Professor. Department of Methods of Teaching Ukrainian and Foreign Languages and Literature.

Vira Ponomarova, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv

Ph.D in Pedagogy, Associate Professor. Department of Methods of Teaching Ukrainian and Foreign Languages and Literature.

Liudmyla Byrkun, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Kyiv

Ph.D in Philology, Professor. Department of Methods of Teaching Ukrainian and Foreign Languages and Literature.

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Publicado

10/11/2021

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MARYMONSKA, L.; PONOMAROVA, V.; BYRKUN, L. O uso de formas interativas e métodos de abordagem de leitura sintópica em classes avançadas de língua inglesa. Revista EntreLinguas, Araraquara, v. 7, n. esp.4, p. e021107, 2021. DOI: 10.29051/el.v7iesp.4.15665. Disponível em: https://periodicos.fclar.unesp.br/entrelinguas/article/view/15665. Acesso em: 15 ago. 2022.