This paper proposes how academic teaching based on the use of texts can be fertile soil for educational processes in younger generations. For this purpose, the work recommends grounding university courses that make extensive use of texts in an interdisciplinary approach. This suggestion results from didactic experiences with paintings and pieces of music analyzed as ‘texts’ in terms of communicative semiotic events and the interpretation of their meaning as a process of inference. By means of the proposed approach, university courses may become opportunities to educate students to faithfully approach reality as it is, within the broader experience of knowledge.
- Communicative Semiotic Events
- Interdisciplinary Approach
- Teaching Foreign Languages