The historical problematizao, to the being transposed for education, it also brings multiple possibilities and questionings. It can simplify since the capacity simplest to construct a problematic one in relation to a study object, from the questions ece of fishes for historians and pupils; it can also mean simple investigations to the study object: Why? , As? , Where? , When? Concomitant to these questionings the boarding from the renewals theoretician-metodolgicas of History, as well as of the new pedagogical conceptions, the pertaining to school use of the document with the objective to stimulate the comment of the pupil can be cited as example, to help to reflect it. The pupil has been led to construct the direction of history and to discover its contents through documents, because the knowledge does not have to be supplied exclusively by the professor, but added to the empirical knowledge of the pupil. For this, the didactics is basic element in this process of transformation of what it is taught and the meaning historical/social of what if it teaches. History possesss meanings that need to be understood by the educandos so that it has transformation. This change alone will be able to occur from the moment where the professor to start to reflect on its practically and mainly in the objectives that it intends to reach with it.
2.2.Contedo the what concerns the boarding of the contents, is known that each professor, in its practical professor, faces serious problems, therefore suffers diverse pressures? to finish all the chapters book, to all give the planned content to it. It is the shock between amount versus quality. The absence of a reflection has lead the professors, when selecting contents and methods, reproducing an exceeded pertaining to school culture already. The task to teach can become sufficiently complex, mainly when the educator does not have content domain, or of determined subjects that demand multiple knowledge, that is, of other areas as the anthropology, sociology, philosophy, biology and psychology.