Marcas coesivas : o ensino e o trabalho de construção textual
Marchetti, Eliane Cristina Lopes
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This work is an investigation of the features used in cohesive narratives produced by children in the third year of elementary school. To examine this issue, we chose to analyze the use of terms he (s) and she (s), since they are quite recurrent in productions presented by students of the early years, based on the Theory of Predicative and Enunciative Operations presented by linguist Antoine Culioli and also texts by scholars who base their work on that enunciative theory. We represent that any linguistic materialization and therefore those having the question we focused by cohesive, reflecting a complex linguistic-cognitive process of the subject and found that often the use of the terms he (s) and her (s) associated all other marks of the statement emphasizes the character of indeterminate and ambiguous language. This occurs especially when the chosen mark set used by the students and does not determine the meaning, which means that text cohesion is through the use of all marks of utterance and not only through the relation between specific terms. The research is justified by the need to understand the process of meaning as a result of the activity of language and thinking about the cohesive marks so that we overcome the about the polarization and the emphasis the language as a product but as a result of activity of the subject, which requires the linkage between language and language and lexicon and grammar.