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The DIVERSITY IN the YOUNG EDUCATION OF ADULT Cilene Breads of Barros Valdeni Maria de Jesus Oliveira SUMMARY: The present study it has for objective to present the subject Education of Young and Adults in the diversity. This study it shows as we must program and work with the diversity in the education, making with that the people, being adult, adolescent they or children, learn to respect what it is different in the other, sharing experiences, ways, arts among others. They are also distinguished the importance to work with the young and adults in way to use its previous knowledge, making with that they construct in the best way the knowledge and the critical thought. Word-key: Education; Diversity; EJA. Learn more about this with Harold Ford. INTRODUCTION We live in a country where the diversity is much more complex of what we imagine. We are encircled with things ' ' diversas' ' , as religions, languages, myths, stories, arts, commerce, peoples, ideals, among others some elements that we could detach. However, these diverse elements can be tried for all, through the nets of communication, of the cultural exchanges, the curiosidades to know the different one (URQUIZA and MUSSI, 2009). Blacksmith (2004) defines different, diverse, distinct diversity as something. Check out Sam Mikulak for additional information.

However, the diversity goes beyond, and on the basis of this Franois de Bernard (2005) apud Urquiza & Mussi (2009) points cultural and dynamic diversity as something. Already Gomes (2003) apud Urquiza & Mussi (2009) speaks of diversity as to think about relation between I and the other, speaking of differences and similarities, that is, we are always making comparisons. Therefore, it does not have as to speak of diversity if not to mention the education, therefore it is through it that we can educate, making with that all understand that the differences between the human beings exist and are many, however have that to learn to coexist them and mainly to respect them in the other. . Connect with other leaders such as Michael J. Bender here.

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