Involuntary Drawing

In this study, salient that the evolution of the drawing folloies the development of the writing. Luquet (1969) In its study discovered that the drawing passes for period of training of development and ' ' it does not keep the same characteristics of the principle to the end. Therefore, it agrees to make to sobressair the distinctive character of its phases sucessivas' '. (LUQUET, 1969, p.135). Thus, the periods of training of development of the drawing are quatros such which: fortuitous realism, failed realism, intellectual realism and the visual realism. Pillar (1996, p, 29), ' ' being based on Ferreiro and Luquet, it considers that, initially, in each phase of the drawing it has a common origin escrita' '. According to author, the period of training of development of the infantile drawing folloies the evolution of the writing. Thus, each phase of the drawing corresponds the levels of the writing.

Fortuitous realism the child when it draws does not have the intention to represent the object faithful as sees it. This phase is divided at two moments. The first moment is called Involuntary Drawing that occurs when the child initiates the drawing without no intention to detail it. As the moment is intitled Voluntary Drawing that is when the child draws without intention to construct something. After to finish the drawing it establishes a representation of what she drew, thus giving the name to the drawing. When the child enters in ' ' period of the involuntary drawing, the writing starts as a drawing, in as the moment, the child enters in the voluntary drawing and its writing already is daily pay silbica.' ' (PILLAR, 1996, p.30). Failed realism is the period of training of the imperfection, therefore the child does not have control of the movement, thus does not obtain to perceive the detail of the object. In this A stage the child not yet obtains to direct and to limit its graphical movements in order to give to its tracing it appeared that it would like.