Textual analysis of the mirrors of the essays of candidates who took the video test in Libras of ENEM – 2017
Keywords:ENEM, essay, video test, Libras, deaf student
The present study aims to analyze the content of the mirror (digitized version of the original text) of 50 essays written by candidates who took the video test in Libras of the National High School Examination - Enem (2017). The selection of 50 essays took place at random, whose scores ranged from 0 to 980 points - and the qualitative analysis, via the Iramuteq software, qualified the study and brought clarity about the topics addressed in the essays. In summary, even though it was a familiar subject to the candidates, since we analyzed essays by those who made the video test were about the deaf person, it appears that this did not contribute to the achievement of an above-average score for these candidates. In addition, it is noteworthy that accessibility has been recurrently denied to this public in the daily life of basic education, and this means that their performance, even when offered a test in Libras and writing about their educational challenges, is below the national average, not favoring entry into the desired higher education course.
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