The project, through reflection and didactic experiences, pointed out that the movement/gesture, combined with the traditional sense organs, can promote language goals. Acquisitions consolidated in science consider the gesture-moving part of the senses, it integrates and interacts with the senses usually play. Based on these assumptions and a scientific experiment carried out in the 90s which shows that cognitive development goes through the daily practice without neglecting the movement, we wanted to experience, through the educational project "Words in motion ....", in a primary school in the province of Naples, the link between movement and gesture-learning reading and writing. The classes involved were 2 primary school. This project wanted to test if a strategy of teaching / learning active and creative, which reinforces the motivational orientation, the child leads to the acquisition of the tongue base. The methodological approach has served the contribution of analysis and synthesis with a peculiarity due to the presence of playful exercises on a floor-motor auditory-verbal and verbalmotor. The analysis of the data showed clearly that the experimental group has acquired more easily with the required skills. The teaching experience has shown the value of the applied methodology highlights the important contribution of recreational motor for learning the techniques of reading and writing. Body, communication and environment and coexist with each other, enabling children to realize their potential through the pleasure of perceiving and satisfaction manifest.

WORD…MOVING

D'ANNA, CRISTIANA;GOMEZ PALOMA, FILIPPO
2013-01-01

Abstract

The project, through reflection and didactic experiences, pointed out that the movement/gesture, combined with the traditional sense organs, can promote language goals. Acquisitions consolidated in science consider the gesture-moving part of the senses, it integrates and interacts with the senses usually play. Based on these assumptions and a scientific experiment carried out in the 90s which shows that cognitive development goes through the daily practice without neglecting the movement, we wanted to experience, through the educational project "Words in motion ....", in a primary school in the province of Naples, the link between movement and gesture-learning reading and writing. The classes involved were 2 primary school. This project wanted to test if a strategy of teaching / learning active and creative, which reinforces the motivational orientation, the child leads to the acquisition of the tongue base. The methodological approach has served the contribution of analysis and synthesis with a peculiarity due to the presence of playful exercises on a floor-motor auditory-verbal and verbalmotor. The analysis of the data showed clearly that the experimental group has acquired more easily with the required skills. The teaching experience has shown the value of the applied methodology highlights the important contribution of recreational motor for learning the techniques of reading and writing. Body, communication and environment and coexist with each other, enabling children to realize their potential through the pleasure of perceiving and satisfaction manifest.
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