Banca de DEFESA: MÁRCIA CRISTINA BENTO ZANOTELI

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DISCENTE : MÁRCIA CRISTINA BENTO ZANOTELI
DATA : 20/03/2019
HORA: 15:00
LOCAL: Sala 330 do Campus I
TÍTULO:

A dimensão motivacional de experiências de aprendizagem e de uso de inglês como língua estrangeira compartilhadas pelo Facebook


PALAVRAS-CHAVES:

motivation; identity; experiences; L2 learning; narratives; Facebook


PÁGINAS: 122
GRANDE ÁREA: Lingüística, Letras e Artes
ÁREA: Letras
RESUMO:

Globalization and internet popularization processes have profoundly affected the learning and
use of English as a foreign language (L2) in Brazil and around the world (TAVARES, 2015).
Our hypothesis is that there are new reasons to learn and use English in daily communication
exchanges and online social networking platforms like Facebook, for example, which
functions as an inviting environment for language research in general (PAGE et al., 2014;
DAVIES, 2015). The objective of this study was to investigate the reasons why non-native
English speakers seek to learn and/or use language nowadays, by evidencing the motivational
components present in language learning narratives. The theoretical foundation for this
research is on contributions of the motivational theory in Applied Linguistics in its sociodynamic
perspective, represented especially by Gardner's (2010), Dörnyei’s (2005; 2009;
2017), Dörnyei and Ushioda’s (2011), Dörnyei and Ryan’s (2015), and Bambirra’s (2009,
2016, 2017a; 2017b) work. This is an applied research, whose data collection was carried out
in the page Humans of All Accents, created on Facebook for the purposes of this research.
Narratives of English language learning and usage were analyzed by categories which were
created based on Dörnyei and Ryan (2015) and Dörnyei (2017), following the methodology
of L2 learning experiences proposed and consolidated in Brazil by Miccoli (1997-2018) and
associates. The results indicate that issues related to learners’ beliefs and feelings about
themselves (their self-concept) stand out on the other motivational influences. These identity
aspects are deeply contextualized in time and space, by means of internal and external events
and/or circumstances related to those who narrate their experiences (MICCOLI; BAMBIRRA
s/d). We conclude that motivation, as a dynamic experience, consists of experiences of
different natures that nestle together (MICCOLI; LIMA, 2012), forming and theoretically
expanding what Dörnyei (2009; 2011) understands as motivational constellations,
conglomerates or amalgams.


MEMBROS DA BANCA:
Presidente - MARIA RAQUEL DE ANDRADE BAMBIRRA
Interno - ANA MARIA NÁPOLES VILLELA - CEFET-MG
Externo à Instituição - CAROLINA VIANINI AMARAL LIMA - UFSJ
Externo à Instituição - CLIMENE FERNANDES BRITO ARRUDA - UFMG
Notícia cadastrada em: 13/03/2019 08:26
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