LIBRAS or BSL - Brazilian Sign Language (Optional)

Basic information

Workload: 

30 hours

Syllabus: 

(Optional Subject) Clinical, educational and socio-anthropological aspects of deafness. Sign language and its importance: culture and history. The Brazilian Sign Language - Libras: basic notions of phonology, morphology and syntax. Studies of the Libras lexicon. Sign language acquisition process observing differences and similarities between it and the Portuguese language. Practice.

Bibliography

Mandatory: 

•    Capovilla, F.C .; Raphael, W.D. Signs of LIBRAS and the Universe of Education. In: F.C. Capovilla (Org.). Encyclopedia of Brazilian Sign Language: The World of the Deaf in LIBRAS. (Vol. 1, 19 volumes, 340 pp.). São Paulo: Edusp, Vitae, Brasil Telecom, Feneis.
•    Castro, A .; Carvalho, I. Communication by Brazilian Sign Language. Brasília: SENAC.
•    Karnopp, L. Brazilian Sign Language: Linguistic Studies. São Paulo: Artmed.

Complementary: 

•    Barboza, H.H .; Mello, A.C.P.T. The deaf, This Unknown. Rio de Janeiro: Folha Carioca.
•    Diderot, D. Letter on the Deaf for the Use of those who Hear and Speak. São Paulo: Editora Nova Alexandria.
•    Fernandes, E. Language and the Deaf. Porto Alegre: Medical Arts.
•    Vygotsky, L.S. Thought and Language. São Paulo: Martins Fontes.
•    Castro, A; Carvalho, I. Communication using the Brazilian Sign Language. Brasília: SENAC.