Archive for January, 2013

Saint Augustin

January 30th, 2013    Posted in News

E on the sacred time that is the public, would make to record the perpetual words of Saint Augustin: the body is also a creation divina' '. Miguel Couto, of which you were internal: ' ' If all medicine is not in the goodness, little separate valley of it ' '. Again the subject of Schumauss: ' ' The ones that they do not love are, therefore, the ones that have to save mundo' ' you did not undeserve your Masters and you became incorporated yourselves to that they love, and they love with justice: ' ' A vertical reform would become necessary, of high spread, a change of our social pictures, a deep alteration of structure politics. I do not know if everything this fact, in the end a true utopia, we would carry through the dreams of innumerable idealists: the unit of the human sort, the fraternizao of all, the welfare coletivo' '. It standes out, however in your necessity, the affection with that you take care of of the problem of the child, especially in Sergipe.

Several are the scientific works, ressumbrando olor literary, characterizing the basic causes of the abandonment where, at the time and let us say with courage, still today, muutandis mutatis, the impassvel society attends, and indirectly promote, the extermnio of the small being, immediate or mediately, that for the lack of assistencial planning from the gestation, it wants for the economic-social conditions of illiteracy or of the populations. You will be able to have been a tonsurado priest, to scatter the Doctrine in the formation of the souls. Serieis priest, in particular way in the family, extremoso son, brother of many cares, affectionate nephew; amantssimo husband of D. Antnia Anglica Faro Cardoso, whose home God Walter blessed with diletos children, Anglica – companion of the Eng. Chemistry Peter Linhares and Elisabete? companion of the Dr.

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Pigeon Brazil

January 16th, 2013    Posted in News

Moved in They are Vicente and in Pernambuco the route of the Portuguese settling of easy mercantile, for the agriculturist; organized the colonial society on more solid base and in conditions more steady than in the ndia or the African feitorias, in Brazil it is that the test would be become fullfilled definitive of that aptitude. The base, agriculture; the conditions, the patriarchal stability of the family, the regularity of the work by means of the slavery, the union of the Portuguese with muylher indian, incorporated to the economic and social culture of invasor.' ' The great amount of African slaves brought to Brazil between centuries XVII and XVIII not only becomes responsible for the work more weighed of the colony, but also for implantation of its culture, language, and over all identity. The fact is that it left important contributions, ahead of the great potential that had and for the repressora action of the European colonizador that it searched to deletar the identity of the black, compelling it to assume it its culture. Although they have unified the Portuguese language in a country with so vast ratios, the Portuguese had not obtained to restrain the life of the African slaves nor to make to erase them its memory and references, therefore beyond the diverse aboriginal dialects diverse languages and African dialects had also appeared. These dialects had been integrated to speeches of the peoples who were forming the new country. The blacks had brought iorub, or nag, of the groups Sudanese (Guin, Daom, Sudan) composing a species of ' ' language geral' ' of the Bahia, while quimbundo, of the group banto* (the Congo and Angola) spread out in Pernambuco and other states northeast, Rio De Janeiro, So Paulo and Minas Gerais.

The group banto exerted greater influence in the Portuguese said in Brazil, being this evident black contribution in the phonetic one and the Portuguese syntax of Brazil. However, what it has of writing on the subject restricts the relative description of regional situations or research to the time of the slavery, without interviewing or hearing some afro-black, lacking of more descriptive studies and comment of what the remainders think on itself and on its etnia to determine the influence of the slave in the fonetismo and the rhythm of it speaks popular. She is necessary that if it establishes parameters of comparison between speaks of luso come for Brazil and of the Brazilian born in the land, therefore is this differentiation that motivates the variant, a hybrid language with crioulizao characteristics. Gilbert Freyre, in its book great House & Senzala, to 1933, deals with the social mobility that if generated with the miscegenation, the dispersion of the inheritance and the frequent change of profession and residence of the new mestizos, beyond the easy access the position and positions raised in politics of the natural and Creole children, the Portuguese lyric Christianity influenced by the church catholic, result of the mixture of European, African and aboriginal culture, on the basis of an agrarian and pastoral economy. In such a way, a Creole culture was justified. Exactly that the colonizadores wanted to define an official language, as occurred in 1757, through a Law of the Directory of the Indians, the government of Pigeon house decreed the linguistic unification and the imposition of the official language and the general language are banished of the school, in function of the demanded Portuguese officer, however, this repression did not obtain to hinder the natural evolution of the language nor to extinguish the variations that if interlace with the language officer.

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Emilia Blacksmith

January 3rd, 2013    Posted in News

Almost a century later, around 1980, Brazil passes for plus a conceptual and social transformation. The construtivista thought, happened of the result of the research on psicognese of the written language, carried through for the Argentine researcher Emilia Blacksmith, estria one to look at more sharpened on the alfabetizao process. The pupils start to be citizens of the education, constructing its learning. The construtivismo more brings new routes for the education, becoming it human being and approaching the daily knowledge of, becoming it practical and the useful one. The pupil starts to all have more practical influence on in classroom, being the center of the learning process. According to Fernando Becker, 1992: The idea of that nothing, the severity, he is ready, finished, and of that, specifically, the knowledge is not given, in no instance, as something finished. It consists of the interaction of the individual with the social environment and, with the human symbolism, the world of the social relations; if constitutes of force of its action and not of any previous endowment, in the hereditary luggage or the way, in such way that we can affirm that before the action does not have psiquismo nor conscience and, much less, thought.

(p.88) the construtivismo, therefore, is a theory, a set of ideas of an unsatisfied society with the routes of the education. A change of position ahead of the knowledge and the human being. It is the search for the knowledge through its construction interaction. Fernando Becker, apud Piaget, 1992: The relations between the citizen and its half one consist of a radical interaction, in way such that the conscience does not start for the knowledge of objects nor for the one of the activity of the citizen, but for a indiferenciado state; is of this state that derives two complementary movements, one of incorporation of the things to the citizen, the other of room to the proper things.

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