THE WHEEL OF LIFE IN THE STATE OF THE ART: LEGISLATION AND THEIR MISTAKES
Palavras-chave:legislation, wheel of life, state of the art
The current generation is increasingly connected to audiovisual, audio and video storage
and reproduction platforms, and streaming film and series providers, linked to the internet network,
where many of the animated films are inserted, making them important and accessible elements and
tools for the design of didactic strategies in Environmental Education. Through the cinematographic
animations, the discrepancy between legislation and the environment will be shown and to
understand how these themes dialogue with each other in the sense of expanding the possibilities of
pedagogical practice with this direction. This essay sought to quantify publications that explore
discussions on the relationship between animated cinema, films with technology and destruction of
the planet, legislation and environmental education, based on an exploratory and qualitative study.
This study showed that cinema is capable of enriching pedagogical practice and promoting reflections,
when its language is carefully explored in the context of the didactic situation, approaching the laws
that can be most used in terms of the environment and sustainability for society.
SILVA, Honorato Sonia, Bachelor of Social Sciences from the Bernardo Sayão Faculty (UniEvangelica); specialist in UEG Social Movements; Bachelor of Laws from Fibra College; Uniasselv public law specialist; Master in Social Work from PUC-GO; student of the Doctoral Program of the UBA - Buenos Aires. Doctorating at the Unievangelica in the program Society, technology and environment