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Movallali G, Roshandel Rad M, Seyyed Noori S Z, Palevanneshan S. The Role of Songs and Rhymes on the Emotional and Social Development of Hearing Impaired Children and Infants. Exceptional Education. 2018; 2 (151)
URL: http://exceptionaleducation.ir/article-1-1308-en.html
1- University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences(USWR), , drgmovallali@gmail.com
Abstract:   (99 Views)
Background: Children songs and rhymes moves from generation to generation, as a symbol of culture and value of each country and  are one of the most enjoyable experiences which can play an important role in the parent-child emotional bond and help children's emotional and social development. In early years that are the sensitive period of attachment, songs and rhymes plays an important role in the parent-child relationship. This is especially important for hearing impaired children who need early intervention.
Method: In this paper we used a descriptive analytical method. We gathered information about the subject from various information sources, including papers, books and online academic resources and scientific databases such as: Magiran, Elsevier, Wiley, PubMed, and Google Scholar from 1996 to 2017 and described and discussed them.
Conclusion: Children songs and rhymes play important roles in the children's emotional development and can strengthen the parent-child emotional bond and children's social skills. In this article, we tried to study emotional and social development in children and the role of factors affecting them. We explained effective ways to facilitate these skills. Songs and rhymes can improve the learning process in hearing and deaf children.
 
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Type of Study: Review Article | Subject: Hearing Impaired
Received: 2018/Apr/Mon | Revised: 2019/Jan/Fri | Accepted: 2018/Sep/Tue | Published: 2019/Jan/Fri | ePublished: 2019/Jan/Fri

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