Unidades de ensino potencialmente significativas para ensinar lançamento oblíquo através do esporte

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


Teaching physics is not an easy task, since high school students, for the most part, have a great aversion to this discipline. One of the big reasons that contribute a lot to make this problem worse is the lack of interest on the part of students in learning physics. It becomes necessary, then, for the teacher to reflect on his practices in the classroom so that he meets all these objectives and makes teaching physics more efficient and useful in the student's life. When looking for a way to teach physics so that it is part of the student's life, before and after the tests, we come across precisely the model proposed by Marco Antonio Moreira, based on the studies of David Ausubel. The Potentially Significant Teaching Units (UEPS) model fits perfectly with what was previously described. The work was developed based on the elaboration of a didactic sequence in the form of UEPS to teach oblique launching through sport. The general objective is to apply the UEPS and analyze its learning efficiency. The research done in this work was of a qualitative nature. This type of research was chosen because it is the one that best fits the objectives defined for this work. We used three different instruments for data collection: participatory observation, records / notes and the questionnaire. We then found that the educational product was quite successful during its application. Except for some specific cases, all the questions in the questionnaire brought us a positive result, some as expected and others with good surprises.



Lançamento oblíquo, Unidades de ensino potencialmente significativas, Ensino médio, Oblique launch, Potentially significant teaching units, High school


PINTO, C. R. Unidades de ensino potencialmente significativas para ensinar lançamento oblíquo através do esporte. 2020. 114 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ensino de Física em Rede) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Catalão, 2020.