THE MOON AND ITS PHASES: A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS AND LANGUAGE-DISCURSIVE IN SCIENCE TEXTBOOKS

Rita Rodrigues Souza, Naiane Perez Euzebio

Abstract


This article aims to describe the linguistic and conceptual analysis of the discursive content about the moon and its phases presented in the collections Door Open: Learning sciences and sciences ever, both designed for students from 2nd to 5th grade. It was found through theoretical study and document analysis, a quantitative-qualitative approach, which both fall short in presenting the concept of the moon and its phases. They specify the phases of the moon so wrong and use a language with inadequacies and ambiguities. The results point to the use of these collections tuned, requiring a solid training teachers to realize that the gaps and how to solve them properly.

Keywords: Moon and its phases. Conceptual errors. Adequacy linguistic-discursive



DOI: https://doi.org/10.14571/cets.v4.n1.137-163p.



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