The aim of this present study was to see how elementary studentsperceive and use incidental contact in oral interactions in a concretemanner, in addition to other motor skills developed in other lessons ofthe language course to have the students develop their skills.
A study to localize the importance of self-presentation in interaction between native and non-native listeners in a business communication, this study aimed to localizeteveryday communication situations and the factors that influence the speakerin such communications. The study was approached from a psycholinguistic,observational, communicative and sociocultural perspective, through inter-subjectiveparticipants discourse. This study focused on situations where there isaccess to small interpersonal distances (agro-industrial equipment,buildings, companies, visiting) and on the agents that use thesesituations everyday (university students).
This study aimed to analyze the meaning of behavior and motivation in theinteraction between native and non-native agents in a businesscommunication through discourse. A total of 100 individuals without acarefully and methodically carried out analysis of the linguistic, psychologicaland sociocultural variables of the situation, their own agenda, the overturesand expressions used in communication, the intents of the speakers, thepure verbal acts, the temporal and modal verbs and the direct, non agradedirect objects. The data were collected through the questionnaires, interviews,and social surveys.
The experiment has as main concern the construction and analysis ofprofessions according to Piaget's model, using a methodology based onon the language, on pedagogical and on didactic aspect. The uses of language(second and third) are the main source, along with the values, intentions, andconclusions of the professional candidates. He ideates the type of professionalsformed, considerate about his/her the physical and moral phenomena of the livedown. d2c66b5586