Background: The sport is present in our society as one of the great allies of the child and adolescent education. Through it can develop moral and ethical values among many other
fundamental values for the integral formation of a citizen.
Soccer is part of Brazilian culture. This sport is very popular in our society and attracts people of different ages, allowing use it as a tool for the development of various content. For this it is
essential that the teacher is always attentive so you can teach students soccer in its various aspects from motor skills to the sport relations in daily life the same. Starting from the idea of Freire
(2006), we must start from three fundamental principles to teach soccer, namely: Teaching soccer to all, Teaching and soccer at all and teach more than soccer at all.
The Sports SESCSP program aims to enable children, youth and adults the systematic practice of sports through educational procedures that enhance the educational and training possibilities of the
This report shares the experience of working with young people aged 13 to 15 years of unity SESC Belenzinho in São Paulo, SP. Through the lesson plan used in the classroom, we sought to develop not
only content engines (technical and tactical aspects) of soccer but through them the various aspects that the sport provides with respect to the development of young people in society.
Methods: The lesson plan addressed the learning expectations, conceptual, procedural and attitudinal contents. Divided into monthly themes within the annual planning aimed through
various pedagogies - Pedagogy of the Game, Teaching Games, Street Education - among others in which was based on the game, it was possible to develop elements for content such as respect for
differences, women in soccer , violence, media influence, bulling, autonomy, importance of physical activity, teamwork etc.
Results:The results allow us to state that through this planning youth recognized the values about soccer and their influences on and off the field, in addition to attitudinal
maturation of them in the classroom and in relationships with peers and teachers.
Conclusions: We conclude this way that soccer is a great tool for the development of students not only in the technical and tactical issues, but in the integral formation of the
young front to society. However this was only possible through awareness that the teacher was not just a referee of the games or coach to focus only on the technical and tactical elements but a
mediator, allowing the construction of content within the classes in full through a vision interactional where the student becomes an active participant in the construction of knowledge and not just a