Bibliographical revision: The Cartography, defined for Joly (2008, P. 07) as ‘ ‘ the art to conceive, of raising, to write and to divulge mapas’ ‘ , for being directly on Geography allows to represent the geographic space in the paper through the cartographic language, that according to Joly (2008 P. 19), ‘ ‘ it consists of a conventional arrangement of the spots significativas’ ‘. In the education of Geography, this cartographic language makes possible the pupil to develop the capacity of perception through the symbology, leaving initially of its space of experience for the posterior understanding of the space geographic as a whole. Being thus, the use of such cartographic tool makes with that this process if becomes indispensable to reach the levels necessary to the construction of geographic knowing and consequentemente to improve and to enrich the education of Geography.
However, the development of the cartographic language in the education process/learning of Geography is important since the beginning of the escolaridade, because beyond contributing so that the pupils understand and use the maps it also are necessary as the same ones can in such a way develop relative abilities to the reading of the geographic space how much its space representation. Material and Methods: The employed method consists of the descriptive analysis and bibliographical survey with intention to argue the importance of the cartographic language in the process education/learning of Geography. *Graduanda of the third year of the course of Licenciatura in Geography, UEG/UnUCSEH – Anpolis (GO). Conclusions: The cartography in itself became important in education contemporary, as much pupil to understand the necessities to it of its daily one how much to study the environment where if it lives. Being thus, to acquire knowledge the importance of the cartographic language in the lessons of Geography and consequentemente to improve the implantation of the cartography in the pertaining to school and space context he is something that deserves great relevance of the geographic point of view, a time that the development of the space notion and its representation say respect the improvements of life for the society.
Eliel Manasses of the Rock Professor: Davi de Miranda University Center Leonardo of the Vinci? UNIASSELVI Geography (GED 0611)? History of the Education. 18/06/2010 SUMMARY the renascentista thought brought many changes in the life of the man, mainly in if treating to the interpretation given regarding its vision of world. In this period the being starts to search explanations regarding its origin and its function in the land, being constructed a new form to think and to exist, thus bringing the individualistic thought. The education takes new routes. The church loses space and searchs to react with the one against reform. Word Key: Thought; Revolution and Church.
1.INTRODUO the renaissance makes was it of transistion of the man, of the age measured pra the modern age. This period detaches the change of thought of the human being, leaving to see and to believe in the world of religious form, in the form nailed for the church, where the explanations for the events you explained and inexplicable they were in the deity. In this period the man starts to search answers for many questions, mainly on its objective in the land and the search for knowing the universe where it inhabits. The man starts to search its origin, starts to change its form to think and to live. In to this I deal it period directed for the profit starts to grow, bringing the capitalist thought. The period is marked by the sprouting of the liberal thought, bringing the elitist education, where the great mass finishes being excluded.
With the renascentista revolution the church launches against reform, aiming at to recoup faithful and to finish with the heresies. Martinho Lutero was the founder of the protestant church, in the separation of the church catholic and defended the school for all. By if opposing to the religious thoughts of the church the same it was excomungado.