You, the prospective students of the school year 2009, will be entering an insti tution at the same time

is almost centennial - the Cefet Fields was founded on 2 3.09.1909 as a School for Craftsmen - but that is in constant change: this year' s Cefet is becoming the Federal Office of Education, Science and Technology Flum inense - IFF - perhaps most important step in your career. This means that rathe r than act on basic education in initial and continuing training of workers in t echnical training and higher education (technology courses, graduate and undergr aduate), rather than deploy courses Postgraduate broad and strict sense, since h aving including its master's program and also investing in research and Extensio n activities, processing in the Federal Office will represent the consolidation of the institution across the Lakes region, North and Northwest Fluminense defin itely marking the commitment already made by Cefet Fields with the development l ocal and sustained. We will thus increasingly strengthening our educational work towards the democratization of knowledge and training, base building work and t he man who transformed the world we live. We very much welcome. Cybele Daher Botelho Miller Director General of CEFET Fields 1 NOTICE No. 16/2008 HIGH SCHOOL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION UNED MACAÉ The DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CENTER FEDERAL DE EDUCATION FIELDS OF TECHNOLOGY - Cefet Campos, in exercise of its statutory mandate, this makes public announcement containing the rules governing the Selection Process / 2009 for admission to courses in Professional Education Technical High School d eveloped an integrated and subsequent stroke and PROEJA Professional Qualificati on pleading to school in UNED Macaé, for 1st. semester of 2009. TITLE I OF THE CONTRACT Article 1. - Implementation Process Seletivo/2009 will be the responsibility of the Central Committee of Selection Process, linked to the Directorate of Primary Education and the Board of the Uned Macaé, named by decree of the Director Gene ral of Cefet Campos. It would be for this Commission to plan, coordinate and imp lement the process Seletivo/2009 - 1. semester and make public all information r elating to the process. Article 2. - The Selection Process will be open to candidates who possess the fo llowing minimum education: I. Integrated Technical Courses - Completion of eleme ntary school or who are completing the 9th. elementary school in 2008. a. Can ap ply for the vacancies of the agreement with the Municipality of Macaé for Techni

cal Courses Integrated candidates who are completing the 9th. years of basic edu cation in public schools in the city of Macae in academic year 2008. b. May appl y for vacancies at the agreement with the City of Oyster Bay for the Integrated Technical Courses everyone 2 residents in the town of Oyster Bay who have completed primary education or who are completing the 9th. elementary school in the Public Network of the City of O yster Bay, in academic year 2008. II. Subsequent courses Technicians - who have completed the Course Technical Level M edium, or High School (formerly 2. Degree), or are completing the third grade of high school in 2008, according to art. 44 of Law No. 9394/96. a. Can apply for the vacancies of the agreement with the Municipality of Besaw for Technical Courses Subsequent all persons residing in the town of Oyster Bay who have completed high school (old 2. Degree), or who are completing a high school average in academic year 2008 and is resident in the town of Oyster Bay. III. Course PROEJA Professional Qualification pleading to school in the modality of Y outh and Adults a. Applicants who have completed elementary school or are completing the 9th. eleme ntary school in 2008 and; b. showing minimum age of 18 years or 18 years to complete until the day of registr ation. Article 3. - The results of the tender will be valid for the filling of 425 seat s, distributed in academic year 2009, day and night. TITLE II THE OFFER OF VACANCIES Article 4. - The Uned Macaé offers a total of 180 vacancies for Technical Course s Integrated, distributed as follows: 3 COURSES Electronic Electromechanical Industrial Automation SHIFT / HALF Day - 1st. Half Day - 1st. Half Day - 1st. Half No. OF VACANCIES 60 60 60 § 1. - Vacancies concerning Integrated Vocational Courses will be distributed as follows: I. a. b. c. Integrated Technical Courses - 100 general seats, of which : Electronic: Electro 34: 33 Automation: 33 II.

Integrated Technical Courses - 60 seats of the agreement with the Municipality o f Macaé, where: a. b. c. Electronic Electro 20: 20 Automation: 20 III. Integrated Technical Courses - 20 vacancies in agreement with the City of Oyster Bay, where: a. b. c. Electronic Electro 06: 07 Automation: 07 Article 5. - The Uned Macaé offers a total of 175 vacancies for the subsequent t echnical courses, distributed as follows. COURSES Electronic Electromechanical Automation Industrial Computers Work Safety 4 SHIFT / HALF Night - Night 1 semester - a semester Night - Night 1 semester - a semester Night - 1st half Number of places 35 places 35 places 35 places 35 places 35 places § 1. - Places relating to Technical Courses will be distributed as follows: a. E lectronics: 30 seats (General) + 05 positions (an agreement with the Municipalit y of Besaw) b. Electromechanical: 30 seats (General) + 05 positions (an agreemen t with the Municipality of Besaw) c. Automation: 30 seats (General) + 05 positio ns (an agreement with the City of Oyster Bay) d. Workplace Safety: 30 seats (Gen eral) + 05 positions (an agreement with the Municipality of Besaw) e. Computers: 30 seats (General) + 05 vacancies (agreement with the City of Oyster Bay) Article 6. - The Uned Macaé offers a total of 70 vacancies for the Course of Pro fessional Qualification PROEJA pleading to school in the modality of Youth and A dults, distributed as follows: COURSE PROEJA Qualification Boilers SHIFT / HALF Night - 1st half Number of places 70 places TITLE III OF THE TIME DURATION OF COURSES Art.7 º. - The Integrated Vocational Courses have a duration of 04 (four) years, excluding the time required to carry professional practice, as envisaged in the plan of course. At the end of the course, completed all stages of the proposal, the student will receive the approved certificate of technician who will also h ave validity for a Certificate of Completion of Secondary Education. Art.8 º. - The subsequent technical courses have a duration of 02 (two) years, e xcluding the time required to carry professional practice when 5 provided in the course plan. At the end of the course, completed all stages of t he proposal, the student will receive the approved certificate of technician and , therefore, must present the Certificate of Completion of Secondary Education.

Sole Paragraph: The Technical Course in Occupational Safety will run for 01 (one ) year and a half. Art.9 º. - The course of PROEJA Professional Qualification in Boilers, articulat ed to high school, in the form of Youth and Adults have a duration of 02 (two) y ears. When complete it, the student will receive the approved Certificate of Sec ondary Education in the form of Youth and Adults integrated with Professional Qu alification in Boilers. REGISTRATION OF TITLE IV Art.10 The Subscriptions may be made by Internet no address http://www.cefetcampos.br, from October 8, 2008 to November 14, 2008, without in terruption or, for those who do not have Internet access, in Uned Macaé - Rodovi a Amaral Peixoto Km 164 - Imboassica - CEP: 27973-030 Macaé / RJ or Cefet Fields - Unit Headquarters - Rua Dr. Siqueira, n º 273 - Parque Dom Bosco - CEP: 28030 -130 - Campos dos Goytacazes / RJ, from 8h to 20h in the same period, Monday to Friday, excluding holidays. Sole Paragraph: On November 14, 2008, entries will close at 18h. Article 11 - To make the registration on the internet, the procedures are as fol lows: § 1. - Access the above address, click "selection processes" and fill out the fo rm there is. 6 NOTE: All entries will be accepted via internet of candidates who have official identification documents with photo, namely: portfolio dispatched by the Departm ents of Public Security, the Military Commands (exMinistérios Military), by the Fire Brigade and the Military Police; portfolio carried by regulatory agencies o f the profession (Orders, Councils, among others); certificate reservist; passpo rt wallets functional prosecutors and judiciary; portfolios dispatched by a publ ic that, by federal law, serve as identity, and national driving license (only t he model with photo).

§ 2. - Make payment of registration fee, amounting to R $ 12.00 (twelve dollars) , through the Union's Guide to Retiring - GRU, generated automatically at the en d of completing the Registration Form. Payment can be made at any branch of the network of banking services within the bank clearing time until the last day of the period of registration, which ends on November 14, 2008. § 3. - Failure to comply with the instructions for registration will lead to the realization of non-registration. Article 12 - The registration fee,€once paid is not refundable and only valid fo r this tender. Paragraph Single: The candidate should save in its power the receipt / proof of payment of registration fee. Article 13 - The Fields Cefet not responsible for subscription requests not rece ived by technical reasons of computer, communication failures, congestion of com munication lines and other technical factors preventing the transfer of data. § 1. - Will not be accepted via fax or email. 7 § 2. - Additional information about subscriptions will be available at the elect ronic address of Cefet Fields: http://www.cefetcampos.br. 14 - Candidates who wish the Manual for Applicants may withdraw a specimen durin g the registration, simply provide proof of enrollment in Uned Macaé - Rodovia A maral Peixoto km 164 - Imboassica - CEP: 27973-030 Macaé / RJ or Unit Headquarte rs Cefet Fields, located at Rua Dr. Siqueira, n º 273 - Parque Dom Bosco - CEP: 28030-130 - Campos dos Goytacazes / RJ, from 8h to 20h, or online on the site Ce fet Campos. 15 - Candidates who do not have official identification document should attend c ompulsorily UNED Macaé, located on Highway Amaral Peixoto Km 164 - Imboassica Macaé / RJ, from 8h to 20h, during the registration period, to receive a Special identification, presenting the following documents: I. birth certificate (only presentation); II. 3 X 4 two photos, current and equal. Photos will not be accep ted or stamped with brand staple; III. Guide to the Single Payment Union (GRU) / Credit bank, duly paid off, IV. registration form. § 1. - The candidate should submit their documentation in person and in special

cases, by proxy, requiring, in this case, also copy of identity document of pers on to represent him. § 2. - The candidate can only make the evidence bearing official identification document (original) or Special Identification Card, which are essential for thei r identification, confirmation and registration card. 8 16 - Candidates for the vacancies for agreement with the Municipality of Macaé ( 60 vacancies) should make the application as Art.10 and Art.11 of this announcem ent. After payment of the GRU, the candidate must provide proof of enrollment in school who completed the ninth grade (8th grade). § 1. - The Semed be responsible for forwarding to the Uned Macaé, listing with p upils from a public health system of Macaé entered in the selection process. 17 - Candidates for the vacancies for agreement with the City of Oyster Bay - In tegrated Technical Course (20 seats) - are expected to enroll as Art.10 and Art. 11 of this announcement. After payment of the GRU, the candidate must provide pr oof of registration with the Municipal Science and Technology located in the Pla za Mayor Claudio Ribeiro s / n º, Extension of the Forest, from 8h to 17h. § 1 _ The Municipal Science and Technology will be responsible for forward for the Uned Macaé, listing with pupils from a public health system of B esaw entered in the selection process. 18 - Candidates for the vacancies for agr eement with the City of Oyster Bay - Subsequent Vocational Courses (25 seats) are expected to enroll as Art.10 and Art.11 of this announcement. After payment of the GRU, the candidate must provide proof of registration with the Municipal Science and Technology located in the Plaza Mayor Claudio Ribeiro s / n º, Exten sion of the Forest, from 8h to 17h. § 1 The Municipal Science and Technology wil l be responsible for forwarding to the Uned Macaé, listing the candidates that w ill compete with the waves of the agreement. 19 - The agreements mentioned above are available to interested parties for cons ultation, at the gate of Uned Macaé. 9 Article 20 - The candidate must sign, between 25 and 28 November 2008, the page address in the fields of Cefet www.cefetcampos.br and print the Registration Ack nowledgement Card, which shall include your name, course and turn desired and lo cation of test performance. Sole Paragraph: The candidate whose name does not appear on the list of subscrib ers available www.cefetcampos.br must appear on page 25 to November 28, 2008, wi th a receipt / proof of payment of registration and registration form, the Cefet Fields , Room 135, 1. Floor - Block A, or Uned Macae, located on Highway Amaral Peixoto km 164, Imboassica, Macaé / RJ, at the time of 10h to 13h and 15h to 19 h, for additional procedures. Art. 21 - The Fields Cefet may at any time€request the resubmission of the above documents (birth certificate or valid proof of identity, proof of education and proof of professional experience). Failure to meet the request will entail canc ellation or forfeiture of the vacancy, if the candidate has already been approve d and registered. 22 - Candidates who demonstrate that their families receive scholarships, accord ing to federal law that determines (Law No. 10 219 of 11.04.2001), may request e

xemption from payment of registration fee. Candidates in this situation will be forced to attend the Cefet Fields - Unit Headquarters, located at Rua Dr. Siquei ra, n º 273 - Parque Dom Bosco - Campos dos Goytacazes / RJ - CEP: 28030-130, or Uned Macae, located on Highway Amaral Peixoto km 164, Imboassica, Macaé / RJ, f or the period of the inscriptions, on time from 8h to 20h, to submit a document proving the exemption. Sole Paragraph: The candidate who find only in this case should complete the app lication forms, being exempt from the GRU - Guide to the Single Payment. 10 Art.23 - The accuracy of the information provided in the act of registration, sh all be the sole responsibility of the applicant or his representative. Article 24 - The candidate who require special care for the tests because of the difficulty or impossibility of motor locomotion, hearing or visual impairment, should attend the Uned Macaé - Rodovia Amaral Peixoto Km 164 - Imboassica - CEP: 27 973- 030 - Macaé / RJ or Cefet fields and submit the original and current me dical report from 8h to 20h, during the period of registration, with a receipt / proof of payment of registration and registration form. Whoever, in the days be fore the tests, submit any infectious disease or need of treatment also differential should formalize, via Medical Certificate, this need in the Federal Center for Technological Education - Cefet Campos (tel. 22-27262809 ** 0), duri ng the period of registration, with a receipt / proof of payment of registration and Registration Form . Article 25 - The candidate who has lost your Registration Form, the Confirmation of Registration card or official identification document, identification docume nts necessary for the day of test, you must also notify the Procurement Executiv e at the address indicated in paragraph earlier, before the day of proof, that t hey take the necessary steps. TITLE V OF TESTS OF SELECTION Article 26 - The race will be held on December 7, 2008 (Sunday) from 9am to 13pm . 27 - The trial for the Integrated Technical Courses consist of fifty (50) object ive questions, whose total value is 50 points, worth 01 point each question. 11 28 - The distribution of the questions in the test set out in Article 27 of fiel ds of knowledge will be done according to the chart below: AREA OF KNOWLEDGE / DISCIPLINE Codes Portuguese Languages and Natural Sciences M athematics and Mathematical Physics, Chemistry and Biology Humanities History an d Geography No. OF ISSUES 15 October 15 10 Article 29 - The trial for the subsequent technical courses consist of fifty (50

) objective questions, whose total value is 50 (fifty) points, worth 01 point ea ch question. Article 30 - The distribution of the questions in the test set out in Article 29 of fields of knowledge will be done according to the chart below: AREA OF KNOWLEDGE / DISCIPLINE Languages and Codes Portuguese Language English L anguage Mathematics and Natural Sciences Mathematics Physics, Chemistry and Biol ogy Humanities History and Geography No. OF ISSUES April 15 August 15 08 12 31 - The race for the course of PROEJA Professional Qualification in Boilers con sist of 25 (twenty five) objective questions, whose total value is 50 (fifty) po ints, worth 02 points each question. AREA OF KNOWLEDGE / DISCIPLINE Codes Portuguese Languages and Natural Sciences a nd Mathematics Mathematics No. OF ISSUES 15 10 Article 32 - Upon completion of the test, candidates should arrive at the locati on pointed Card Registration Confirmation sixty (60) minutes prior to departure, armed with their Registration Form, Official Identification Document or Identif ication Card Special essential for their identification, confirmation and Card A pplication, pencil and black pen. Access to the site of the contest will be clos ed 20 minutes after the scheduled start, which prevents the entry of the candida te, whatever the reason for the delay. Article 33 - will not be allowed to leave before the candidates after one hour, counting this time from the start of the race. Art€34 - It will not be allowed to use calculators or any similar or electronic instrument that enables communication. Article 35 - The candidate who want to take your notebook questions may do so, t hat occurred three hours of time for the race. TITLE VI OF THE CLASSIFICATION OF CANDIDATES Article 36 - Successful candidates will be ranked according to the number of pla ces under their respective shifts and classes offered, considering the 13 descending order of total points earned and can not be, under any circumstances, turn-taking or stroke. Sole Paragraph: For classification purposes the end, it will consider the sum of

points obtained in different areas, according to the criteria of a tiebreaker i f necessary. Section 37 - Candidates who do not obtain a minimum of fifteen (15) points in th e objective (30% of the total points) will be automatically disqualified. This c riterion will not be adopted for the candidates of the Course of PROEJA, but pro of will only character classification. Article 38 - The candidate can not get a grade of zero as a result of any of the areas of knowledge of objective evidence. Article 39 - Students enrolled in this competition through the agreement and Cit y of Uned Macaé / Macaé that rank among the one hundred (100) first places in th e overall result for the Integrated Technical Course will occupy the one hundred (100) waves and original Uned not the sixty (60) waves of the agreement mention ed in Article 4. Article 40 - Students enrolled in this competition through the agreement the Mun icipality of Oyster Bay and Uned / Macaé that rank among the one hundred (100) f irst places in the overall result for the Integrated Technical Course occupy the 100 seats and not the original Uned the twenty (20) waves of the agreement ment ioned in Article 4. Article 41 - Students enrolled in this competition through the agreement the Mun icipality of Oyster Bay and Uned / Macaé that rank among the 30 (thirty) in the overall first places for Technical Courses Subsequent occupy the 30 (Thirty) waves Uned original and not the 05 (five) waves of the agreement mentio ned in Art. 5. 14 TITLE VII OF THE CRITERIA FOR CLASSIFICATION-breaking Article 42 - The tie-breaker will consider, first, performance in the field of k nowledge, secondly, the age. Therefore be classified: I. A candidate who has obt ained the highest average in each of the areas of knowledge, in the following or der: Languages and Codes (Portuguese), Natural Sciences and Mathematics and Huma nities. II. The candidate with more age. TITLE VIII DISCLOSURE OF RESULTS AND REGISTRATION Art. 43 - The Fields Cefet make available at the Main Gateway Uned Macaé, on the main door Cefet Fields - Unit Headquarters - and the Internet (www.cefetcampos. br), the contest's official feedback soon after its completion. § 1. - Any questioning by the candidate in relation to the official feedback sho uld happen within 24 hours (one day) from the release of same, the hours of 10am to 19pm. The procedure should be effected in writing, in proper form, sent to t he coordination of the selection process, with input by the Division of Academic Register Uned Macaé or Protocol Cefet Campos, Unit Headquarters. § 2. - After consideration, the resources will be known, collectively, through r eports to be posted on the main door of the Ordinance and Macaé Uned Main Cefet Fields - Unit Headquarters - and the Internet at web address http://www.cefetcam pos. br. After the final outcome, do not accept any request for resources. 15

Art.44 - On January 22, 2009, the ratio of the classifieds will be published in local newspapers, the Internet (www.cefetcampos.br) and the Principal Ordinance and the Ordinance Uned Macaé Main Cefet Fields - Unit Headquarters. Art.45 - Applicants must pay the registration classified in the registry Academi c Uned Macaé, in the period from 26 to January 30, 2009, from 9h to 12h and 14h to 20h according to the following schedule: I. II. Integrated Technical Courses: 26 and January 27, 2009 (2nd and 3rd Wednesday) Technical Subsequent Courses: f rom 28 to January 30, 2009 (4th, 5th and 6th Thursday) III. AYE: from 28 to Janu ary 30, 2009 (4th, 5th and 6th Thursday) Article 46 - The 1st reclassification will occur on February 4, 2009 and registr ation of candidates called this period must be made on days 05 or February 6, 20 09, from 14h to 20h. The 2nd reclassification will occur on 10 February 2009, registered for 11 or February 12, 2009, in the schedule above. Th e 3rd reclassification will occur on February 17, 2009, registered for the day F ebruary 18, 2009, in the schedule above. Article 47 - The Fields Cefet / Uned Macaé reserves the right to make other recl assifications until all vacancies contained in this Notice are met. Article 48 - Upon registration INTEGRATED TECHNICAL COURSES will be required the following documents: I. II. III. IV. V. Transcripts of Elementary Education (1. Degree), original and copy; certificate of civil registration of birth or marri age, original and copy, ID card, original and copy; three (3) photos 3x4 current , rate individual insurance paid in Cooperative Servers Cefet Campos / Uned Maca é, VI. 16 CPF, original and copy. § 1. - In the absence of the History School Elementary School (1. Degree) at enr ollment, the student must submit a Statement of Completion of Elementary Educati on. § 2. - The lack of a presentation at enrollment in any of the items mentioned ab ove will lead to the impossibility of its realization. Article 49 - Upon course registration PROEJA of Professional Qualification in Bo ilers will be required the following documents: a. b. c. d. Transcripts of Eleme ntary Education (1. Degree), original and copy, ID card, original and copy; 3 (t hree) 3x4 current pictures, insurance fee paid on individual servers Cooperative Cefet Campos / Uned Macaé e. CPF, original and copy. § 1. - In the absence of the History School Elementary School (1. Degree) at enr ollment, the student must submit a Statement of Completion of Elementary Educati on. § 2. - The lack of a presentation at enrollment in any of the items mentioned ab ove will lead to the impossibility of its realization. Article 50 - Upon registration SUBSEQUENT TECHNICAL COURSES will be required the following documents: I. II. III. IV. Transcripts of High School or equivalent ( original and copy) identity card (original and copy), 3 (three) 3x4 current pict ures, insurance fee paid on individual servers Cooperative Cefet Campos / Uned M acaé, V. 17 CPF (original and copy)

§ 1. - In the absence of Transcripts of High School (formerly 2. Degree) at enro llment, the student must submit a Statement of Completion of Secondary Education . § 2. - The lack of a presentation at enrollment in any of the items mentioned ab ove will lead to the impossibility of its realization. Article 51 - The candidate who ranked already enrolled in another course in tech nical fields Cefet system should make a choice for one of the courses, since it does not allow more than one registration at the institution at the same level o f education. Article 52 - Unless a justified reason to accept the Executive Committee of cont ests, the candidate shall be deemed classified quitter, losing the right to wave if they do not make the registration within a prescribed period of notice. His place will be available for another successful candidate, who is awaiting reclas sification. Sole Paragraph: The call of the candidate will be strictly obeying the order of ranking, this procedure can be done by telephone, telegram, in addition to the d isclosure by the Internet and local media. TITLE IX OF DISPOSAL OF CANDIDATE Art.53 - Candidates not attending the race will be eliminated from the process. Art.54 - The candidate who, during the application of proof, to communicate in a ny way with another candidate or person inside or outside the venue of the compe tition through illegal means or perform acts contrary to other provisions of thi s Notice will be eliminated from the contest. 18 TITLE X FINAL PROVISIONS Art.55 - Is it canceled the registration of the student who has submitted docume ntation and / or false information, fraudulent or illegal use any other means, t his student may even be under investigation. Art.56 - The student who did not attend the first fifteen school days and does n ot forward any justification will be considered dropouts, and a place available to the applicant on the waiting list. Art.57 - The Executive Board may disclose Competitions, where necessary, additio nal rules and official notices. Art.58 - The missing cases and situations not covered herein shall be assessed b y the Executive Board Procurement solution and sent to the Director of Basic Edu cation and the Director General of the Federal Center for Technological Educatio n Cefet Campos. Fields Goytacazes, October 2, 2008. Fabiola Silva Ney of Amerio Director of Basic Education Cefet Fields Cybele Daher Botelho Miller Director of the Federal Center for Technological Education - Cefet Fields

Marco Antonio Cruz Moreira Director Uned Macaé 19 SUMMARY OF SCHEDULE EVENT DATE LOCATION http://www.cefetcampos.br, October 08 to November 14, 2008 without interruption or Registration Micródromo Cefet Campos, from 8h to 20h, or Uned Macaé, from 8h to 20h http://ww w.cefetcampos.br without interruption or Confirmation of Registration 25 a November 28, 2008 Micródromo Cefet Campos, from 8h to 20h, or Uned Macaé, from 8h to 20h Proof December 7, 2008 9am to 13pm Location indicated on the Card of Confirmation of Registration Ordinances Main C efet Dissemination of the final result January 22, 2009 Fields - Unit Headquarters and Uned Macaé, in the local press and Coordination h ttp://www.cefetcampos.br Registration Registration 26 a January 30, 2009 Academic Uned Macaé, 9h to 12h and 14h to 20h Ordinances Main Cefet 1st reclassification 1. half February 4, 2009 Fields - Unit Headquarters and Uned Macaé, in the local press and Coordination h ttp://www.cefetcampos.br Registration Enrollment of 1st reclassification 05 e February 6, 2009 Academic Uned Macaé, 9h to 12h and 14h to 20h Ordinances Main Cefet 1st 2nd reclassification. half February 10, 2009 Fields - Unit Headquarters and Uned Macaé, in the local press and Coordination h ttp://www.cefetcampos.br Registration

Registration of the 2nd reclassification 11 e February 12, 2009 Academic Uned Macaé, 9h to 12h and 14h to 20h Start of school year 2009 March 9, 2009 Uned Macaé 20 GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE TESTS The evidence should be structured with the expectation that the candidate has op portunity to demonstrate knowledge built over their training and their experienc es. In this sense, building where possible in their own issues of modern life, r eflections of human history, the situations will require the candidate's propose d powers to take position ahead of the alternatives presented that show their un derstanding of the world. PROGRAM INTEGRATED TECHNICAL COURSES LANGUAGES AND AREA CODES AND TECHNOLOGY PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE The proof of the Portuguese Language is composed of reading, interpretation, and facts about aspects of the language, taking into account the use of grammar and usage of grammar. The evaluation will consider the capacity for understanding a nd producing texts and identifying the internal structure of language in relatio n to aspects of grammar, stylistic and thematic. UNDERSTANDING AND INTERPRETATION OF TEXT will be assessed on reading comprehensi on, the sense relations that can be established between the texts and techniques in the construction of meaning. Reading and analysis of literary and non-litera ry on current issues in relation to the universe of information that is expected of students who have completed elementary school. Reading and analysis of carto ons, "comics" news that relate to facts of the Brazilian social life. FACTS OF LANGUAGE Accent graphics. Spelling. Morphosyntactic relations in terms of prayer. Sense relations established between the prayers of a compounding peri od (use of connectives). Nominal and verbal agreement. Regency nominal and verba l. 21 Crase. Score. REFERENCES: It is recommended that any grammar or manual Elementary School (form er Grade 1). NATURE OF THE AREA OF SCIENCES, MATHEMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY MATHEMATICS Real Numbers • • • Operating with powers of integer and fractional exponents; op

erate with powers of base 10; operate with radical; Metric System • • Identify the most appropriate unit to measure: length, area, v olume, capacity and mass, Operate and convert measurements from Metric Decimal. Proportionals AND ITS APPLICATIONS • • Identify proportionals; Solve problems in volving simple rule of three. PERCENTAGE • Resolving percentage. Algebraic expressions • • • • Operate with polynomials, develop and operate expr essions such as (a + b) (ab) and (a + b) (ab). Factoring algebraic expressions, simplifying algebraic expressions. February 2 EQUATIONS AND SYSTEMS OF THE 1ST DEGREE - EQUATIONS OF 2 LEVEL • • • • 22 Solvin g equations of the first degree; Solve systems of equations of the first degree; Solve equation of second degree: complete and incomplete; Solve problems involv ing equations of the first degree. FLAT GEOMETRY • • • • • • • • • • The main elements of a flat figure (vertices, diagonals, angle, height of the triangle, apothem of regular polygons); angles: straight, acute, obtuse, complementary, supplementary and OPV (Opposite the vert ices); Classify angles and triangles as to how the lengths of the sides; Applyin g the property of the measures of interior angles of a triangle; Apply the Pytha gorean theorem to solve problems, apply the trigonometric ratios in right triang les; Rate quadrilaterals; Identify similar triangles;€Solve problems involving s imilar triangles, calculate the areas and perimeters of the main plane figures; SPACE GEOMETRY • Calculate the volume: cube, parallelepiped and cylinder. REFERENCES Andrin, Alvaro. Practicing the New Math. 5th to 8th grade. São Paulo: Editora Brazil. BARROSO, Juliane Matsubara. Mathematics - Project Araribá. 5th to 8th grade. São Paulo: Moderna DANTE, Luiz Roberto. Everything is mathematics. 5th to 8th grade. São Paulo: Attica Imen, Luiz Márcio LELLIS, Marcelo. Mathemat ics Paratodos. 5th to 8th grade. São Paulo: Scipione. JAKUBOVIC, Joseph; LELLIS, Marcelo; CENTURIÓN, Mary. Mathematics in Measure One. 5th to 8th grade. São Pau lo: Scipione. SCIENCE OF NATURE ECOLOGY • • • • • Fundamentals; biotic and abiotic components of ecosystems, tro phic levels, chains and food webs; Relations harmonic and disharmonic; environme ntal problems. LIVING THINGS • Characteristics of the virus, moneras, protists, fungi, plants a nd animals; 23 • Functions vegetative human: nutrition

and digestion, breathing, movement, excretion, nervous and hormonal coordination; HEALTH • • • Concept of health, diseases caused by microorganisms and their prev entive measures; Major helminthic diseases affecting the Brazilian population an d its prophylaxis. CHEMISTRY • • • • • • • Concepts of acids, bases, oxides and salts - chemical fo rmulas of substances of daily use, chemical symbols of elements representative o f the Periodic Table. Chemical systems: concepts of matter, simple and compound substances, mixtures, Rutherford model, Bohr. Laws weight. Properties of Matter. Understanding chemical bonds. PHYSICS • • • • • • • • uniform rectilinear motion - Concepts and Problems, Calc ulation of forces resulting from the same direction and perpendicular forces; Th e concept of Force; The concept of Energy and its Conservation; concepts of temp erature and heat; Changes of physical states; waves (sound waves and ultraviolet ) The benefits and harm to health caused by sound waves and ultraviolet. REFERENCES FONTINHA, S. R. e Silva, P. M. Sciences for a degree, vol. I, II and III, IV. Companhia Editora Nacional. SP. PAULINO, Wilson Roberto Barros, Carlos. Physics and Chemistry, 8th Grade, 1st Grade. Attica, 2002. SILVA JR., César; SA SSON, Sesar; BEDAQUE, Paul S. Sciences. 5th to 8th grade. Saraiva. São Paulo. SO ARES, José Luiz. Sciences. 5th to 8th grade. Scipione. São Paulo. 24 AREA OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES HISTORY The transition from feudalism to Capitalism • • • • • • The Crisis of Feudalism The Formation of National State Absolutism and the Maritime and Commercial Expan sion The Protestant Reformation The Spanish colonization of Latin America and En glish to Portuguese colonization THE ESTABLISHMENT OF CAPITALISM AND THE COMPANY bourgeois liberal • • • • • • • • The English Revolution Enlightenment, French Revolution and Napoleonic Period Industrial Revolution and Liberalism Labor Movement and Socialism The crisis of colonial society in America Spanish and English The crisis of colonial society P ortuguese in Latin America and Latin America in the nineteenth century The Imper ial Brazil ACME CRISIS AND LIBERAL SOCIETY • • • • • • • • • Imperialism WWI Russian Revolu tion of 1929 The Crisis Fascisms World War II Latin America in the early twentie th century Brazil has the Old Republic (1889-1930) The Revolution of 1930 Govern ment and Prime Vargas (1930-1945) the CONTEMPORARY WORLD • • • • 25 The Cold War The decolonization of the Third World Socialist Block Capitalist societies post-1945

• • • • Latin America post-1945 democratic period in Brazil in 1945 and 1964 The 1964 Mi litary Coup and the dictatorial period (1964-1985) Brazil after 1985 REFERENCES ADHEMAR, Flavio and Ricardo. Building History. B. H.: Reads. Vol 3:04 . Brazil: History in Construction. B. H: Read, vol. 3:04, 1196. AQUINO, R. S. Le o and others. Making History. The Technical Paper, vol.4. SILVA, Francisco de As sis. History. Ed Moderna, vol. 1-4. GEOGRAPHY SPACE AND TIME • • • • • • • • • • Space and time: two important notions of the nature of time learning to orient themselves learning to find (I): Learning to f ind the parallels (II): The representation of meridians space by means of cartog raphic maps Language Movement of Earth's rotation: the basis of division of time into days and hours Phases of the Moon: the basis of division of time into week s and months The translation movement of the Earth: the foundation of division o f time in years II THE NATURE OF WORK AND HUMAN CONSUMPTION • • • • • Nature is the source of li fe's work The human nature is transformed by human labor in product sectors of t he society of production and consumption of disperdício The ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF SPACE AND NATURAL CONDITIONS INDUSTRY, SOCIETY AND S PACE • • • • 26 The agriculture and natural conditions (I): The agricultural rel ief and soil and natural conditions (II): climate and environmental impacts of a griculture The mining and the environment (I): The rocks and minerals mining and the environment (II): extraction and industry PRODUCTION BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA BRAZILIAN • • • • • • • • • • Before 1500, there w ere already people living in what is now Brazil The appropriation of indigenous spaces by the colonizer The construction of geographical areas in Northeast Braz il (I): construction of geographical spaces Northeast Region (II): the construct ion of geographical spaces Southeast Region (I): the construction of geographica l spaces Southeast Region (II): the construction of geographical spaces the Sout h: the construction of geographical spaces Midwest Region: the construction of t he north geographic areas: the construction of geographical spaces Agrarian society to the urban-industrial AGRARIAN SOCIETY FOR THE URBAN-INDUSTRI AL (CHANGES IN THE ECONOMY AND THE GEOGRAPHIC AREA) • • • • • • Brazil: country of late industrialization or lagging power sources The Brazilian urbanization an d its problems Farming Fields in Brazil morphoclimatic (I) Areas morphoclimatic (II) and environmentalism ASPECTS OF GLOBALIZATION • • • • The population of the world population and deve lopment Human Development Index Investment demographic INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS • • • • The UN NAFTA, FTAA, MERCOSUR and the Europea n Union and ASEAN APEC REGIONALISATION PLANET OF NORTH AMERICA 27 • • Natural Diversity The power indus try and U.S. agriculture • Canada and Mexico CENTRAL AMERICA AND SOUTH AMERICA • • • Brands colonization sets regional econom

ic development and quality of life EUROPE • • The European Community from the Soviet Union to the Commonwealth of I ndependent States ASIA • • • • Japan and the Asian Tigers, China and Middle East experience of soc ialism: the Islamic world India and Pakistan on the world stage AFRICA AND OCEANIA • • The many peoples of Africa Australia: economy and society REFERENCES: ADAS, Melhem, Geography. Vol 5, 6, 7 and 8. Moderna: São Paulo. ARAU JO, Regina. Geography Building. Vol 1, 2, 3 and 4. Moderna: São Paulo, 1999. VES ENTINI, Joseph William; Vlach, Vanya. Critical Geography. 5th to 8th grades. Att ica: São Paulo, 2004. 28 PROGRAM SUBSEQUENT TECHNICAL COURSES LANGUAGES AND AREA CODES AND TECHNOLOGY PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE READING, UNDERSTANDING, CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF TEXT • • • • • I dentify and explain the central ideas of the text, or paragraphs and relate them to ideas secondary; compare facts and ideas contained in the text, its relations of simil arity, adversity, because, Consequently, etc..; Relate the issues, ideas and text messages to the socio-pol itical-economical Brazil and the world; identify the meaning of words, phrases, or sentences of co ntext (denotation and connotation) Use the words correctly in view of their sema ntic meanings (synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms paroniria). LANGUAGE FACTS • • • • • • • • Accent graphics; Spelling of words; Score; morpho syntactic relations in terms of prayer; Concordance nominal and verbal Regency n ominal and verbal Crase; Syntax compounding period (use of connectives). REFERENCES: It is recommended to any manual or grammar school (formerly Grade 2) . However, we suggest a few titles: ADRIANO, Ricardo. Portuguese Instrumental. S t. Paul ANDRÉ, Hildebrand. Grammar Illustrated. Modern. Sao Paulo And CADORE Ben nema. Guided Study of Português.Vol. 1, 2, 3. Attica. São Paulo Cunha, Celso. Gr ammar of Contemporary Portuguese. Attica. Sao Paulo 29 MOURA AND Faraci. Language and Literature. Vol 1, 2, 3. St. Paul Tufano, Douglas . Study of Language and Literature. Vol 1, 2, 3. Modern. Sao Paulo MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGE (ENGLISH) • • • • • • Reading and interpretation of simple texts of Speech Times mere verbal contextua l Reference Groups nominal affixes REFERENCES: MURPHY, Raymond. Grammar in use. Cambridge University Press, 1995/19

94. NATURE OF THE AREA OF SCIENCES, MATHEMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY • MATHEMATICS Numerical Sets - Natural - Integers - Rational - Royal • Functions - Affine - Quadratic - Exponential - Logarithmic - Modular - Trigonometric • • • • • • Progressions 30; Relationship Metrics and Trig in the Triangle Rectangle ; resolution of any triangles, trigonometry; Matrices, Determinants, Systems, An alytic Geometry: Point-Line-Circle • • • • • Plane Geometry; Space Geometry, Combinatorial Analysis / Probability; Polynomial s and Polynomial Equations Complex Numbers REFERENCES: DANTE, Luiz Roberto. Mathematics, context and applications. Publishe r Attica. SILVA, Claudio X. and BARRETO M, Benigno. Math Class by Class. FTD. Te zza, Gelson AND OTHERS. Mathematics, Science and Applications. Current Publishin g, Volumes 1, 2 and 3. SCIENCE OF NATURE ECOLOGY ECOLOGY CONCEPTS • • • • biotic and abiotic components of ecosystems, trophic le vels, chains and food webs; Relations harmonic and disharmonic; environmental pr oblems. LIVING THINGS • • • • • Evolution; Cell - basic cytology; characteristics of vir uses, moneras, protists, fungi, plants and animals, vegetative human functions: nutrition and digestion, respiration, circulation, excretion, nervous and hormonal coordination; Genetic Engineering / Biotechnology. REFERENCES AND CESAR SEZAR. Biology. Saraiva. Volume One. Martha and AMAB. Found ations of Modern Biology. Modern. São Paulo. CHEMISTRY • • Functions organic hydrocarbons, organic halides, alcohols, phenols , ethers, esters, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, amines and amides. Physicochemical propert ies (solubility, boiling point and melting) of compounds organic belonging to the functions mentioned in the previous item. 31 • • • • • • • • Concepts of acids, bases, oxides and salts - chemical formulas of substances of daily use, chemical symbols of elements representative of the Periodic Table, ch emical systems: concepts of matter, simple and compound substances, mixtures and methods for separating mixtures; Atomic Model Rutherford-Bohr; Laws weight, che mical equations and stoichiometry; Properties of Matter. Chemical bonds: ionic, covalent and metallic; intermolecular bonds. REFERENCES: CANTO, Eduardo Leite; PERUZZO, Tito Miragaia. Chemistry in the Manag ement of Everyday Life. Volume One. Grade 2. Ed Moderna, 2002. Lembo, Anthony. C hemistry: Reality and Context. Volume One. Grade 2. Ed Attica, 2002. REIS, Marth a. Interactive Chemistry. Volume One. Grade 2. Ed FTD, 2003. PHYSICS

MECHANICAL • • • • Vectors; circular motion, Newton's Laws; Statics of rigid bod ies. • • • • Hydrostatic Pressure Density Theorem Stevin Buoyancy THERMAL PHYSICS • • • • Temperature Heat Expansion Process of transmission of he at WAVES • 32 wave Reflection Phenomena o o o • • Refraction Diffraction Interference Sound Light ELECTRICITY • • • • • Electric Strength, Electric field, electric current, circu it (RC), 1st and 2nd Laws of Association Ohm resistors, Kirchhoff's Laws. REFERENCES Alvarenga, Beatrice and MAX, Anthony. Physics course. Guimarães, Luiz Alberto and GOOD SOURCE, Marcelo C. Physics for the second degree. the AREA OF HUMAN SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGIES HISTORY THE CONSTRUCTION OF MODERNITY • • • • • • The transition from feudalism to capit alism crisis of feudalism The Formation of National State Absolutism and the Mar itime and Commercial Expansion The Protestant Reformation The Spanish colonizati on of Latin and English A PORTUGUESE COLONIZATION IN AMERICA • • • • • The sugar industry The mining eco nomy society colonial political and administrative aspects of Baroque art 33 THE FORMATION OF THE WESTERN WORLD CONTEMPORARY (1760/80 The 1870/80) ECONOMIC T RANSFORMATIONS • • The British Industrial Revolution and its preconditions; The critique of Mercantilism: Liberalism and Physiocracy. Liberal revolutions • • • Criticism of the Old Regime: the Enlightenment; The in dependence of 13 colonies; The French Revolution (their different views). CRISIS OF THE OLD COLONIAL SYSTEM • • The socio-cultural context and the conspir acies of the eighteenth century in Brazil; The Liberal Revolution of Porto (1820 ) and the Independence of Brazil. EVA IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY • • • The formation of the capitalist economy, ter ritorial expansion, the Civil War. THE ACME COMPANY AND THE CRISIS OF LIBERAL IN CONTEMPORARY WESTERN WORLD (1870/8 0 The 1939/45) AUGE of European hegemony EXPANSION AND AMERICAN • • • • The econ omic transformations: the concentration capitalist, imperialist expansion, domin ation of Latin America and Asia, The Scramble for Africa. A CRITICAL TO LIBERALISM • • • Socialists: Utopian and Scientific, Anarchism, Th e Social Doctrine of the Church. BRAZIL - from monarchy to republic Oligarchy (1870/1930) • • • • 34 The economic changes: the decline of slavery and the expansion of free labor, the

export sector, financial policy and the industrial sector; society: urbanization and growing middle class, the labor question; The crisis of the monarchy: the o ligarchic dominance and the Colonels. The architecture and literature during the nineteenth and early twentieth century CRISIS OF LIBERAL SOCIETY • • • • The world wars and international relations, th e Russian Revolution of 1917; The economic crisis of 1929 and the "Great Depress ion" The movements and fascist regimes. BRAZIL - THE CRISIS OF THE oligarchic republic authoritarianism Vargas (1930/194 5) • • • • • 1937. The crisis of the 20s; Modern Art Week of 1922 Revolution of the Liberal Alliance and 1930, The impact of the "Great Depression" in the expor t sector and the policy of industrialization; Deployment and breakdown of author itarian rule: the State and the New Constitution CONTEMPORARY WORLD: THE COMPANY CURRENT (POST 1945) Crisis of European hegemony; • • The Cold War and polarization; The reconstruction of Western Europe. CONSTRUCTION AND CRISIS OF SOCIALISM • USSR, China and Eastern Europe AFRO-ASIAN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETIES • • • • Decolonization; crises in the Middle E ast, the Islamic issue, the "Apartheid". BRAZIL - THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF GOVERNMENTS TO MILITARY authoritarianism • • • • The political and economic alternatives of the Republic, The Coup of 1964 and modernizing authoritarian military governments, resistance and repression; dist ension, openness and democratic transition. BRAZIL - MILITARY GOVERNMENTS OF THE TIMES CURRENT 35 • The New Republic. " REFERENCES SCHIMDT, Mario. New Critical History: Modern and Contemporary. New Ge neration. SCHIMDT, Mario. New Critical History of Brazil. New Generation. GEOGRAPHY LANDSCAPES OF THE EARTH • • • • Geological structure and relief units phytogeogr aphical classification climate Water resources: the oceans and watersheds CARTOGRAPHIC CONCEPTS OF • • • Geographical Scale Types of maps POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT • • Age structure of population migrations national a nd international URBANIZATION AND Metropolis • • • • The future of mankind The urban nature of ci ties Cities and the Environment Transport networks THE PROCESS OF INDUSTRIALIZATION • • • • Factors of Industrial Location The type s of industry the first, second and third industrial revolutions Brazilian indus trialization THE DYNAMICS OF AGRICULTURE • • • 36 The country and city The organization of ag rarian space industrialization of agriculture WATER RESOURCES • • • Watersheds, Rivers, lakes and dams; The Brazilian coast, s ize, seaworthiness, durability. CHANGES IN THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT • • • • Economic development and environmental collapse Forest destruction The advance of deserts and climate change Environme ntal awareness and sustainability

CHANGES in world geopolitics • • • • • • The old world order A new world order t hrough the informational and scientific-technical revolution third industrial de velopment and underdevelopment International trade The international geopolitica l conflicts REFERENCES: LUCCI, Elian Alabi, WHITE, Anselmo Lazaro; MENDONÇA recently. Genera l Geography and Brazil. 3. ed. Scott: São Paulo, 2005 SENE, Eustace of MOREIRA, João Carlos. General Geography and Brazil. Scipione: São Paulo, 2004. VESENTINI, JW "Brazil, society and space." Attica: São Paulo, 1990. 37 PROGRAM COURSE OF PROEJA (QUALIFICATIONS IN Boilers) LANGUAGES AND AREA CODES AND TECHNOLOGY PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE READING, COMPREHENSION, CRITICAL ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF TEXT: • • • • Identify and explain the central ideas of the text, or paragra phs and relate them to ideas secondary; compare facts and ideas contained in the text, its relations of simil arity, adversity, because, Consequently, ETC.; identify the meaning of words, phrases or sentences of conte xt (denotation and connotation) Use the words correctly in view of their semanti c meanings (synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms paroniria). LANGUAGE FACTS • • • • Accent graphics. Spelling of words. Score. Reading compre hension. REFERENCES: It is recommended that any grammar or manual Elementary School (form er Grade 1). NATURE OF THE AREA OF SCIENCES, MATHEMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY MATHEMATICS Real Numbers • • • Operating with powers of integer and fractional exponents; op erate with powers of base 10; operate with radical; Metric System • • Identify the most appropriate unit to measure: length, area, v olume, capacity and mass, Operate and convert measurements from Metric Decimal. 38 Proportionals AND ITS APPLICATIONS • • • Identify proportionals; Solve problems involving simple rule of three. PERCENTAGE Resolving percentage. EQUATIONS AND SYSTEMS OF THE 1ST DEGREE - EQUATIONS OF 2 LEVEL • • • • Solve equ ations of the first degree; Solve systems of equations of the first degree; Solv e equation of second degree: complete and incomplete; Solve problems involving e quations of the first degree. FLAT GEOMETRY • • • • • • • • • The main elements of a flat figure (vertices, di agonals, angle, height of the triangle, apothem of regular polygons); angles: st

raight, acute, obtuse, complementary, supplementary and OPV (Opposite the vertic es); Classify angles and triangles as to how the lengths of the sides; Applying the property of the measures of interior angles of a triangle; Apply the Pythago rean theorem to solve problems; Classify quadrilaterals; Identify similar triang les; Troubleshooting involving similar triangles, calculate the areas and perime ters of the main plane figures; SPACE GEOMETRY • Calculate the volume: cube, parallelepiped and cylinder. REFERENCES BONGIOVANNI, VISOTO, Laureano. Mathematics and Life. 5th to 8th grade . Attica. São Paulo. GIOVANNI, José Rui; CASTRUCCI, Benedito; GIOVANNI JR, José Rui. The Conquest of Mathematics. FTD / S.A. São Paulo. Jakub and LELLIS. Mathem atics in Measure One. 1st grade - 5th to 8th grade. Scipione. São Paulo. DANTE, L. R., Mathematical Background and Applications. Single Vol. Ed Attica. 2000. MA RCONDES, Gentle and Sergio. Mathematics for High School. Ed Attica. 1999. BEZERR A, M. J. Mathematics for High School. Ed Scipione. 2001. 39