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Semi-Integral Attendance

19 October, 2012 (08:46) | General | By: admin

We use as criterion for the election of the searched sample the children who remain in integral period in the Institution and the professionals that with them acts, a time that the Center also offers semi-integral attendance. The studied sample involved 1 group of Daily pay-school (5 years), 1 group (4 years) and 1 of Maternal (3 years) perfazendo a total of 60 children and 6 professionals amongst a universe of 209 children and 15 professionals divided in 7 classrooms in the Center of Infantile Education Albertina Felcio Dos Santos, the city of Aripuan. RESULTS During the accomplishment of this work we made many comments with descriptions of scenes where the children enter in the imaginary world. Amongst them we above select the scene, in which a group of children of the Daily pay-school (5 years) plays of casinha, demonstrating that any place and any object open possibilities to enter in the game of make-of-counts. At these moments, we perceive that the child when imitates somebody, beyond reproducing the action of the person, also places a little of itself in the imitation, as Vygotsky (2000) this fact contributes for the process of infantile development, therefore the imitation of today, tomorrow, will go to become something proper of it.

When it is playing, the child creates situations imaginary where if it holds as if it was acting in the world of the adults. While it plays, its knowledge of this world if extends because in its tricks, it acts as the adults act in a true game of make-of-count. If it is allowed the child, for example, to play in an automobile, one charrete or another way of transport any, its action will tend to reproduce the actions that observes in the adults who lead these ways of transport; it will be worried, also in reproducing the racket of the engine or trot of the horse.