O direito à literatura: letramento literário e contos de fadas como ressignificação do ordinário em extraordinário
Oliveira, Natália Laiana
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The present work of conclusion of the course is a bibliographic and documentary research that seeks to deepen some concepts on the right to literature, literary literacy, and fairy tales. aimed at dialogue with BNCC and PNLD Literary to emphasize that literature and the school must go together. From a theoretical point of view, it seeks to reflect on the importance of literature for human beings and recognize it as a fundamental right (C NDIDO, 2011) and as aesthetic education (VIGOTSKI, 2003), being necessary for the full development of students. For the studies of fairy tales as an instrument of creative resignification of our life, I use the contributions of Propp (1984), Tolkien (2020), Machado (1994) and Coelho (2012). I problematize literary literacy (COSSON, 2019, 2014) because it offers us the necessary instruments to act in the literate world, considering the subject in its entirety. Thinking about the importance of fairy tales in the formation of the literary reader in the early years, articulating orality and access to literary books as a right is our main objective.
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