The Search

In the called period of training Personalismo (3 years the 6 years) the child starts to take conscience of its personality, needing to be recognized for the other. This phase is marked by the exploration of itself exactly, for activities of opposition, seduction and imitation, beyond the use of expressions as: I, mine, not. In this period the child lives deeply situations where she feels shame and acanhamento. The activities carried through in small groups are basic, since, will go to fortify the team spirit, of cooperation and solidarity. Categorial period of training (6 years the 11 years) is marked by the mental exploration of the physical world, by means of activities of grouping, seriao, classification and categorizao. The last called period of training Adolescence (11 years in ahead) the affectivity will occupy the first plan. It is the period marked for the exploration of itself exactly, and for the search of an independent identity, by means of activities of confrontation, auto-affirmation and domain of cognitivas categories of bigger level of abstraction. The intellectual access to the social values and moral abstracts will allow the adolescent to reach the maturity of the adult.

Since way, she is necessary to conceive the person in its totality, being searched to understand the different relations that it goes to establish with its environment. In this direction, Wallon criticizes educational models that only prioritize the intellectual development, therefore, ' ' for it the intellectual aspect would not have to be disentailed of the development of the total personality and its conditions of existence, in which the way has paper primordial' '. (BASTOS, 2003, P. 21) I was concluded that the affectivity, the emotion, the movements and physical space if find in one same plan and are basic for the development. Although to have been elaborated in century 20 its theory revolutionary contemporary is considered and, stimulating the studies in the area of the psicomotricidade and serving of base for posterior studies.


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