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Freire Movement

For Freire (1991) the formal learning, is present of entire body. Therefore the being that thinks is also the being that acts and that it feels. citizen is become fullfilled and if it constructs, moved for the intention, the desire, the directions, the emotion, the movement, the corporal and creative expression. The form of the child to deal with its corporalidade, and the regulations and corporal control are not universal and constant, but it is a social construction, that the child goes learning with passing of the time. The corporeidade is express in the set of the corporal manifestations as to dance, to play, to fight, among others, being that the same ones consist of physicist, affective, social and cognitivo. The corporeidade passes for phases, being these related phases our age, to the stimulatons or training, and also the involuntary movements.

The form of the school to control and to discipline the body these on practical pertaining to school, and tend to perpetuate the form of internalizao of the relations of the man with the world, that consists of the supervaluation of the cognitivas operations and of the gradual distanciamento of the direct sensorial experience, the school intend not the gestures lead that it to take attitudes dialgicas. However, situations that can conduziz it completely opposing directions to the dialogue obtain and with the world exist. She is necessary to extend our vision of world, leaving the abstraction, to improve> quality of life, and this is only gotten with the recovery of the experience of the corporeidade as it emphasizes Assmann (1995) ' ' The corporeidade is presented as the form most authentic of the human body to be represented in the world vivido' '. A body is not thing, nor idea, and yes, movement. Our life is not static, but she is on to the movement, to the dynamics and to the connections, the authors, existing, however, rules say that determine the movement and the control of the body, that is, disciplinamento techniques.

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