Para nós, quem somos? Para os outros , o que somos? Um olhar sensível sobre a juventude da EJA na Escola Municipal José de Carvalho e Silva
Oliveira, Maria Alessandra de
Honda, Clarissa Souza de Andrade
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The present work is entitled “Who are we? For others, what are we? A sensitive look at the youth of EJA at José de Carvalho e Silva Municipal School ”. In the midst of the reality of a class considered difficult by many, it is necessary to know who these EJA subjects are and to understand why these students are in school. What causes some to behave in an “undisciplined” manner, show a lack of interest in being in the classroom, if the context seems to interfere with school participation, if they have had choices over the course of whether their lives, their interests and expectations. These are questions that motivated us to investigate. Thus, the objective of the study is to understand who are the subjects of the EJA of the José de Carvalho e Silva Municipal School, through a sensitive look. Using as a basis, theorists who discuss students as subjects of rights, such as Arroyo (2014; 2017) and official documents that guarantee rights to young people, such as the Child and Adolescent Statute and the Law of Guidelines and Bases of National Education, the This research investigated a class of the 3rd period of EJA Elementary School of that school, located in the Center of Canguaretama / RN. It used as methodological procedures the observation, the questionnaire and the didactic intervention. In the results, we highlight the subjects' view of themselves and their trajectories, as well as the class teacher's view of their students. In the final considerations, we raise brief purposive reflections from the reality investigated, because we believe that - through a sensitive eye - understand, rethink and contribute to link these young people to the teaching-learning process, encouraging them in their permanence and continuity in their lives. training process is possible and part of the school's role.