United States

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CLASSIC 2PRINCIPIOS METODOLGICOS As salient GALATTI, L.R and PAE, R.R (2007). The first attempts of systematization of methods for education of collective esportivas modalities if had given for return of the decade of 1960 and had been inspired in the structuralized methods already of individual esportivas modalities, over all of the atletismo. Such proposals came from a fragmented vision of the education process of the sport: if in the atletismo each part of the movement of the race of an athlete was taught separately, in the collective sport was transferred to teach it and to train each bedding of the game of isolated form, considering that from the parts the pupil or athlete would learn or refinery all. However, the fact of a player to know to execute the movements and beddings of the game of isolated form guarantee conditions not to answer to the problems presented for the game, over all those of tactical order, that permeiam all the actions of the game, also the techniques. In such a way, for GALATTI, L.R and PAE, R.R (2007) from the end of the decade 1970 and beginning of the decade of 1980, authors appear as Bayer (1976) in France, Blessed, Throat (1993) in Portugal, the authors of the Teaching Game will be Understanding (decade of 1990) in the United States and Thorpe, in England, that consider new looks on the education process and learning of the collective esportivos games, that they had caused new methods of education. Already for Balbino (2005), cited for the same. The metodolgicos principles represent primary structure in the organization of education and serve to improve the choice and the practical one of the used methods, being been that these principles go to determine the conscientious choice of the activities. From the two classic metodolgicos principles, the synthetic principle and the global-functionary, result education methods that if become very traditional and used in the process of teach-learning-training in the collective sports; (1) the confrontation method; (2) the global method; (3) the partial method (DIETRICH ET., 1984).