Posters

Areas
Thematic
  Writing and multiliteracy
•  Didactic Approaches to Academic Writing
•  Writing and inclusion in higher education
•  Reading and writing in professional contexts
  Postgraduate writing and reading
•  Reading and writing assessment policies
•  Reading and writing in undergraduate curricula
•  Oral/Written: Analytical-Comparative Approaches
•  Reading, writing and academic literacy: articulations between basic and higher education.
•  Academic writing and disciplinary culture
MODES OF PARTICIPATION AND SUBMISSION NORMS
 
Proposals, within the fields outlined above, must be submitted in the following terms. Each participant may submit up to a maximum of three submissions, either individually or in a coordinates session. However, participation as main author is allowed for only one paper.

COORDINATED SESSION

Formed by at least 3 and at most 4 PhD researchers from at least three different institutions.

POSTER

Intended for Graduate and Undergraduate students.

ORAL COMMUNICATION

Intended for university teachers, elementary and high school teachers, postgraduate students, undergraduate students co-authoring with a professor, and other graduated professionals.

IMPORTANT DATES

Results of the assessment (extraordinary call): September 26, 2021
Registration Period (in real or dollar):

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Payment system reactivated.

*Observe payment for categories of subscribers.
For participants not registered in the Congress, the value of the workshop is U$ 10.
For those registered in the event, the value of the workshop is U$ 8.

ABSTRACTS FORMATTING RULES
 
All abstracts, in all three modalities, must contain title, author(s)’s name and acronym of the institution, a minimum of 150 and a maximum of 300 words, three keywords and present objectives, theoretical assumptions, methodology and results of the study.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINE
FOR COORDINATED SESSIONS
The proponent of the session must upload the abstract for the proposal, indicating the thematic area, along with individual abstracts for each participant (each abstract with at most 300 words). The sessions can be composed of at most four individual papers.