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Educação e Pesquisa
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CALIL, Eduardo. Rasuras orais em madrasta e as duas irmãs: processo de escritura de uma díade recém-alfabetizada. Educ. Pesqui. [online]. 2012, vol.38, n.3, pp.589-602. Epub Apr 24, 2012. ISSN 1517-9702.
Oral erasures in Stepmother and the two sisters: writing process of a recently literate dyad Eduardo Calil Federal University of Alagoas Abstract Belonging to the field of studies about the creation of texts in school (text genetics) and enunciative processes (linguistics of enunciation), the present article offers a discussion about the oral erasures that emerge during the writing of an invented story, when two recently literate pupils (seven-year-old girls) elaborate and write together a school assignment. Based on considerations about the chance emergence of these erasures along the flux of the speech and about the interlocutory and inter-discursive dialogism that constitutes the speech of these pupils, the text describes some forms of their manifestation, which are accompanied by comments that preclude or justify the inclusion of an element in the position of another. Respecting the ethnolinguistic characteristics, the process of creation of texts was filmed in a classroom in the city of São Paulo and transcribed using the software Eudico Linguistic Annotator (ELAN). The transcription carried out, by associating and synchronizing the simultaneity of the various elements (linguistic, modulative, discursive and gestural) that emerged in the flux of speech, allowed the identification of different types of comments, characterized as pragmatic, textual and semantic. The analysis emphasizes, on one side, the hazard and the instant of its occurrence and, on the other, the interlocutory and inter-discursive dialogism present in the mode of speech of these pupils. The intersubjective disagreement identified in the dialogue text highlights one term, questioning it and commenting it, so that it can be substituted, inserted, or suppressed from the final text. The fortuitous and dialogical character of the feedback of the writers about what was said characterizes the oral erasure, and is the testimony of the subjective positions that singularize both the writing process and the school manuscript.
Keywords : Dialogism; Dialogue; Writing; Erasure; School; Alphabetization.