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In the truth it is not only acquired with comments, and yes, through a constant search of resources and actions that make possible this practical. Here the mathematics professor cannot leave to use analogies, demonstrations, experimentations, examples, against-examples, representations, also the sequence that of to the contents and the ordinance of a subject in different topics, as pedagogical tools. The curricular knowledge says in them that the depth and the language used for different groups, being one same content, is different, that is, must be different: Therefore it must worry about the understanding of what it is taught, through practical reflections on used. Each mathematical planning that if makes, also has educational objectives and contexts of education. The planning of the lessons is a search of resources, aiming at to improve these and to fulfill with the idealized objectives.

The same it happens to each day, it is a moment of reflection, critical analysis and of what the proper educator, made, is making and goes to make, referring to the specific one of the classroom, didactic subjects, contents, methodologies, resources and evaluations. An initiated time the practical one, is needed to reflect on the same one. It is basic that the reflection is used as a tool to all improve practical in classroom and relation the surrounding pertaining to school. The mathematics professor must be constantly reflecting on what he makes in the interior of the school. On this Frizzo he argues that: it is necessary to revise our resumes, our language and practical social, in a reflection challenge on the conditions and way as the knowledge is produced in the school. For in such a way, the operacionalizao of any action requires that if it understands the pedagogia, contends vises of world that they make possible to produce and to reproduce this world. (FRIZZO, 1998, P. 63) the reflection must be the identity of each professor of mathematics.

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