Month: June 2012

Globalization Development

This work intends to describe the importance of the psicomotricidade in the infantile education, focusing game, the movement and the trick. Which the contributions of the psicomotora Education in the development of the child in the infantile Education? It is known that the game, the movement and the trick are supports of the infantile playful culture, therefore is at these moments that the child acts exempts and spontaneously.

The objective of this research is to perceive that these elements are incorporated in the daily infantile pertaining to school, therefore propitiates a physical, intellectual development and a bigger understanding of the corporal project, essential elements for the development of a really significant learning and that it becomes possible the social interaction with the world and the effective culture. This research, of exploratrio character, according to Gil (2007), used as methodology the bibliographical research. In this research, we search to identify the contributions of the Psicomotora Education for the development of the child in the infantile Education.

Theoretical Geography

The surrounding term it can be defined as: ‘ ‘ The conditions under which any person or thing lives or if develop; the total addition of influences that modify or determine the development of the life or carter.’ ‘ Chatelm teaches in them that ‘ ‘ Ways and landscapes are formed of these objects that everybody can see, that some study. that all use in diverse ways: the trees and the lands, the rocks and the hills To think the ways and the landscapes, is to undertake the reunificao or to place all the attitudes that if can adopt, in face of these objects, to perceive, to understand, to feel. The environment concept extends the scale: ‘ ‘ meio’ ‘ he is ampler of what ‘ ‘ ambiente’ ‘ where if it considers only the physical support and objects, or traces, identify that it, being private to the man the spectator paper: what it perceives, it understands, it feels The Environment denotes, beyond physical support the marks of the human work, where the man, not as mere spectator, prints to the places where he lives.

He also signals the potential that the physical support, from its natural characteristics, has for the man who if considers to explore it and to live deeply it. He corresponds to one of the expensive concepts to geography: landscape.