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Gêneros textuais

  1. 1. Gêneros Textuais<br />Claúdia Amorim<br />Dezembro 2010<br />
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  4. 4. Gêneros<br />
  5. 5. Por quê?<br />
  6. 6. Sequência Didática<br />
  7. 7. Sequência Didática<br />
  8. 8. Sequência Didática & Gêneros Textuais <br />
  9. 9. Etapas <br />
  10. 10. Níveis de análise<br />
  11. 11. Contexto de Produção<br />
  12. 12. Análise de textos<br />
  13. 13. Organização textual<br />
  14. 14. Análise de textos<br />
  15. 15. Aspectos linguístico-discursivos<br />
  16. 16. Análise de textos<br />
  17. 17. Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland<br />Descriptive Paragraph – Characters<br />
  18. 18. I- We’re going to start reading a new story – Alice in Wonderland. Have you ever read it or watched any adaptation of it on a movie? Talk to a classmate and write down what you remember about the story, including characters and settings.<br />______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />
  19. 19. II- In the picture below you will find some of the characters from the movie Alice in Wonderland by Tim Burton. Choose one of them and write a descriptive paragraph.<br />_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />
  20. 20. III- What makes a good description? Talk to your classmates, exchange your first production and write down what you should write in a good description.<br />________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />
  21. 21. IV- Based on your paragraph, check if you used any of the topics below:<br />( ) Nouns<br />( ) Adjectives of personality<br />( ) Parts of the body<br />( ) clothes and accessories<br />( ) Adverb of time<br />( ) Adverb of manner<br />( ) Preposition of place<br />( ) Verbs <br />( ) Linking words<br />( ) others. Which ones? ______________________________________________________________________________<br />
  22. 22. V – These are the necessary elements for a good descriptive paragraph. Read the statements below and check the ones you can find in your paragraph.<br />( ) Information – descriptive paragraphs describe ideas and things, as well as inform about their functions; <br />( ) Context – in descriptive paragraphs, information is always contextualized. Moreover, the context in which given piece of information is presented is also subject to description and evaluation; <br />( )Descriptive language – descriptive paragraphs use considerable amounts of vocabulary that describes action (verbs), as well as vocabulary denoting value and attributes of thins (nouns, adverbs, and adjectives).<br />( ) Action verbs - preferably, description paragraphs should concentrate on action (verbs), rather than sensations (adverbs and adjectives). Writers should assume the role of readers whose idea of the described events is, in entirety, constructed by the paragraph content.<br /> ( ) Description paragraphs should be detailed, clear, and render the represented reality chronologically. Rather than providing advice, descriptive paragraphs ought to focus on essential information that is presented in a step-by-step manner.<br />
  23. 23. VI- There are two types of descriptions. One is objective and the other is subjective. Read the descriptions below and write O, for objective, and S for subjective.<br />( )“...they were coffins and they were full of earth. In one of them lay the Count! I could not say if he was dead or asleep. His eyes were open and looked cold and stony, but his face did not look like the face of a dead man. His lips were still very red, but he did not move.”<br />Stocker, B. Dracula. Oxford. pg.11 <br /> ( ) “… one of the children was a little girl, with a golden hair and blue eyes. Her name was Elizabeth. “<br />Shelly, M. Frankestein. Oxford. pg. 04<br />( ) “… near the fire, there was a large cat with a big smile. This smile went from ear to ear on its face.”<br />Carroll, L. Alice in Wonderland. Longman. pg 17<br />( ) “…there was also a large cat, which was sitting on a chair and grinning from ear to ear… it is a Cheshire cat, tha’s why it’s grinning.”<br />Carroll, L. Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland, Oxford. pg 18<br /> <br />
  24. 24. ( ) “Lady Catherine was large and tall, and perhaps she was once beautiful. Elizabeth saw something of Mr. Darcy in her face. She was proud and cold, and when she spoke, she did not expect anyone to disagree with her.”<br /> ( ) “ Miss de Bourgh, however, was thin and pale. She was not pretty and she spoke very little.<br />Austen, J. Pride and Prejudice. Richmond. pg. 40<br /> ( ) “…a young girl at their centre, wearing a yellow suit which looked uncomfortably new, stared around her at the strangeness of everything. She looked straight at me with the same bewilderment, smiled and turned away. Her face had a beauty that was centuries old – large dark eyes, a short straight nose, and a lovely mouth. There was a circle of white star-like flowers in her long black hair.”<br />West, C. Dancing with Strangers. Oxford. pg. 03<br /> ( ) “…Regis introduced them to a short man who was about 30 years old. ‘This is Henry Wu’, he said. ‘He’s our chief geneticist. He knows all about the genetic engineering we do here.’<br />Crichton, M. Jurassic <br />
  25. 25.  ( ) “… The younger man was a tall, dark-haired young man with a thin, angry face. His clothes were extremely dirty and unsuitable for the climate. The other traveler, a heavy middle-aged man with a foreign accent, began a conversation…”<br />Christie, A. Death on the Nile. pg. 23<br /> ( ) “..but there, outside those doors, covered in a shroud, stood the tall figure of Lady Madeleine of Usher. There was blood on her white robes, and the evidence of a struggle on every part of her emaciated body…”<br />Poe, E.A. The Fall of the House of Usher in Tales of Mystery. Disal. pg 44.<br /> ( ) “ …it was a portrait of a young girl who was just ripening into womanhood… it was a painting of her head and shoulders… the arms, the chest, and even the ends of her radiant hair melted into a deep shadow that formed the background of the whole picture.”<br />Poe, E.A. The The Oval Portrait in Tales of Mystery. Disal. pg 65.<br />  <br />
  26. 26. ( ) “…his eyes were as red as burning coals; his long grey hair fell over his shoulders in greasy curls; his clothes, which were of an ancient style, were dirty and ragged, and from his wrists and an ankles hung heavy manacles and rusty chains.”<br />Wilde, O. The Canterville Ghost. Disal. pg 18.<br /> ( ) “…Gatsby, standing alone on the steps and looking from one group to another with approving eyes. His skin was smooth and browned by the sun, and his short hair looked as if it was cut every day, I could see nothing mysterious about him…”<br />Fitzgerald, F.S. The Great Gatsby. pg 21.<br />
  27. 27. VII-Read the sentences again and find examples for the structures below:<br />
  28. 28. VIII- Use the words from the tables on activity VII and describe one of your classmates. Do not write his/her name. Try to use all the elements from a good description.<br /> <br />____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />
  29. 29. IX- You know now that Lewis Carroll created the characters from Alice in Wonderland based on real people. Choose someone from the school (teachers, classmates, etc…) and write a paragraph describing a character based on him/her. (100 to 120 words)<br />___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />__________________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />
  30. 30. English Festival<br />Sketch<br />
  31. 31. 2. In order to prepare you for this project, check the definition of the word sketch and write it down. <br />Sketch: ________________________________________________________________________________ <br />
  32. 32. PART 1<br />1. We’re going to start a new project: ENGLISH FESTIVAL. Talk to a classmate and write down words you associate with English Festival. <br />________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ <br />
  33. 33. PART 1<br />1. We’re going to start a new project: ENGLISH FESTIVAL. Talk to a classmate and write down words you associate with English Festival. <br />________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ <br />
  34. 34. 3. Visit the site Children's Creative Theater at http://library.thinkquest.org/5291/ and learn about theather.<br />Click on 'History' and write down something interesting you learned. <br />__________________________________________________________________________________ <br />_________________________________________<br /> <br />   <br />
  35. 35. 4. Choose a sketch from the sites in the box, observe how they are organized and find out the information below.   <br />The title and author(s) of the sketch. <br />_____________________________________________<br />The setting of the sketch. <br />_____________________________________________<br />How the characters speak. <br />_____________________________________________<br />Any other information you find necessary. <br />_____________________________________________<br />
  36. 36. 5. Let’s write a sketch.<br />  a) Who are the members of your group? <br />__________________________________________________<br /> <br />  b) What is the setting of the sketch? <br />__________________________________________________<br /> <br /> c) How many characters are there? Who are they? <br />________________ will be __________________________   <br />________________ will be __________________________   <br />________________ will be __________________________   <br />________________ will be __________________________   <br />d) What props will you need? <br />__________________________________________________<br /> ___________________________________________________________________________________________________<br />
  37. 37.   e) Write your sketch here. <br />  ____________________ by __________________<br />  ___________________________________________________________________________________ <br />____________________________________________________________________________________ <br />____________________________________________________________________________________ <br />____________________________________________________________________________________ <br />____________________________________________________________________________________ <br />
  38. 38. Gêneros Textuais <br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQPw-xUK_tk<br />

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