Avaliação da motivação para a escrita

adaptação portuguesa de um questionário multifatorial

  • Ludovina Ramos Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal
Palavras-chave: Composição escrita, Motivação para a escrita, Autoeficácia, Objetivos de mestria e de desempenho ou resultado

Resumo

Muitos estudos sugerem a existência de uma relação recíproca entre escrita e motivação. O principal objetivo do presente estudo foi o de validar um questionário que permita avaliar a autoeficácia, os objetivos, as crenças e as atitudes em relação à escrita. Foi conduzida uma análise fatorial através de uma análise de componentes principais. Para a autoeficácia, foram encontrados fatores para as tarefas e para as estratégias. Para os objetivos, um fator de mestria e outro de desempenho ou resultado. Para as crenças, um fator relacionado com o conteúdo e outro com as convenções. Para as atitudes, um único fator. O presente questionário revela-se fundamental para a investigação a se desenvolver futuramente sobre as relações entre a escrita e a motivação.

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2020-08-30