National Advice

Parecer number 21, of 2001, of the National Advice of Education, it defines the Curricular Period of training as one ' ' learning time that, through a period of permanence, somebody delay in some place or craft to learn the practical one of the same and later being able to exert a profession or ofcio' '. Thus, the period of training assumes a pedagogical relation between that already she is a recognized professional and a trainee. The period of training must offer theoretical subsidies so that the professor knows the universe pertaining to school as institution that produces knowledge scientific. Fitting to the people who orientates, together with the pupils, to know the daily one of the school, being made use itself to study it critically it, with theoretical basement. Pepper believes that, the period of training, in contrast of what it was advocated, is not practical activity, but theoretician, an activity of transformation of the reality. However, the period of training is the space in the resume of formation destined to the activities that must be carried through by the learning in the future fields of professional performance, where the pupils will make the reading of the reality, what it demands abilities for ' ' to know to observe, to describe, to register, to interpret and to problematizar e, consequentemente, to consider alternatives of interveno' '.

(Pepper, 2001, P. 76). Therefore, such practical, is understood as an inquiry process, in which the pupil locates itself, through an attitude of analysis, production and creation, regarding its action in the proper interior of the practical one, making possible to the learning the interaction with the concrete situations of education. The Supervised Period of training offers to the pupil the chance to unite practical and theory, being, in this manner, important element in this joint. In this direction, it is a way to offer to the pupils an effective learning, uniting theoretical knowledge, for being an activity that it searchs to know, to base, to dialogue and to intervine in the reality.

History of Furniture

When we talk about the history of the furniture we must say that evolution happened simultaneously to the progress of man. However, the first important references found in the ancient Egypt. The most popular and used in all social strata furniture there was stool. Beds and chairs were used by the most important families. Ancient Greece: Different furniture present in ancient Greece were constructed with wood and this is used to cover with metals and also more refined Woods.

Even already used painting to decorate furniture. Tables size was quite small and beds were not furniture itself, but rather consisted of a stack of furs. Later created a cabinet that served both for eating and stretching. The seat that was used was a chair with curved legs that possessed a slightly tilted back. Also employing chests with the same purpose and were a typical way of furnish different households. Roman Empire: During the Roman Empire, along with the wood is He used the bronze as a manufacturing material. It is sometimes covered with silver, and in other cases, precious metals were used for the same purpose.

Sometimes inlaid or chiseled were. There was a wide variety of furniture, however in the houses were not used too much. There were 5 types of different tables that were characterized by their varied shapes and the different amounts of legs that had. On the types of seats, the most popular of this era were stools: bar stools with backrest, stools without arms and during treats, beds and armchairs. During the Paleocristiana-Bizantina era furniture were utilitarian and the most commonly used material was wood although there were also completely metal furniture. The chairs were rigid and tables were boards on sawhorses. In relation to what you have to do with the beds, at this time were used only for rest. The headers of these were high and were decorated, covered with curtains and fabrics. In reference to the Gothic furniture, it was in that period where were born cabinets that came from the Ark. In France the beds were four-poster and characteristic seats were the 3 legged stool and scissor-shaped Chair. It is in the Renaissance when the bedrooms become the site where only rests; already not used to eat at him. If we analyze the Spanish furniture, we noticed the presence of the bargueno and diversity of styles. The frailero Chair was the characteristic seat: seat and backrest cushioning and in some cases with leather embossing. Their legs were square. During the Baroque era worth mentioning the French furniture, a furniture massif, rico and it should be also noted the influence of Luis XIV, the Sun King, in his development. In the neoclassical period lines became straight, forms were more geometric. With the Empire and romanticism can be historic furniture are completed. Different styles that were poor or constituted derivations of earlier styles were developed. The Asdara furniture company is a manufacturer and distributor of furniture youth. It also has a wide variety of mobles outlet.

Advanced Physics Laboratory

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