How much to informers C and D they use as material didactic the books of infantile histories, what she exerts great importance in the education of the children, as already was cited previously, that is, from the moment where the children enter in> contact with infantile histories, them reality starts to associate them it more, improving each time its knowledge, extracting of same the teaching that it provides to them. Questioning 4: Which its point of view on the importance of literature for the learning formation? Informing citizens Commentaries Informer He extends and he diversifies the vises and interpretations on the world, leading the pupil to form opinions. Informing Awaken B for the art, develops new emotions and leads to search horizontes. Informer C I transmitted information and develops the criticidade.

Informer D Provides knowledge and develops the critical side of the pupils. SOURCE: Research of field (given pertaining to school). It does not have doubt of that literature plays a role of basic importance in the formation of the learning exerting, therefore, great influence on the same ones, since it consists of the main source of knowledge. On importance of literature Alliende and Condemarin (2005, p.182) comments that: Literature plays a critical role in our lives, literature helps understanding in them excessively and, provides different perspectives to examine our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, preconceptions and action; it teaches that it has multiple possibilities and many varieties and no definite solution (…) literature allows the same students to find itself, for if putting in the place of the others, evaluating differences, to solve problems and to learn to explore options for they themselves and the humanity. The importance of literature is related its functions. Thus it pointed out It to the informer that literature extends and diversifies the vises and interpretations on the world and as a whole, developing the imagination and becoming the man in a formador being of opinions.

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