International Journal of Language & Linguistics

ISSN 2374-8850 (Print), 2374-8869 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijll

Teaching Work: Emotions and Affections in an Instruction to the Double Experience
Siderlene Muniz-Oliveira

In this paper, we present results about emotions and affections in texts produced for a doctoral thesis. As theoretical framework, our research is based, mainly, on disciplines which study working situations, as Labor Psychology, particularly, the Activity Clinic besides the language concept comes from a dialogical perspective that considers the dialogue as an engine of the development. To the text under analysis we employed a method called instruction to the double with an experienced professor of the field of language studies. Through this method, she lived an experience providing the researcher instructions on how to perform her teaching work activities. In this experience, the professor emotions are emerged in instruction to the double interaction. Results show emotional and affective aspects represented in the analyzed texts about this work situation experience, what lead to a better understanding and comprehension of teacher/professor teaching learning process.

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