The present study means to supply appraisal elements and a methodology apt to promote the development of the perceptive-auditory abilities of patients who have various disabilities. The considered perceptive categories are: • auditory-motor coordination; • silence-sound differentiation; • suprasegmental frequency dynamics; • the more or less intense suprasegmental sound; • impulsive sounds /continuos sounds. The proposed method provides, in phase of an evaluation test and a drill-lesson, through dictating and reproducing modalities, the following progression: 1) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation between loud and soft sounds and to reproduce them (dynamic organisation); 2) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation between long and short sounds and to reproduce them (rhythmic organisation); 3) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation among low, medium and high-pitched sounds and to reproduce them (melodic organisation); 4) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation among sounds that are composed of all the characteristics listed in points 1, 2 and 3 above and to reproduce them (musical organisation). The rehabilitation proposal generally involves fundamental pedagogical pre-requisites. In fact, solfeggio techniques, pianist and vocal activities have been adapted in order to: 1. improve mnemonic skills 2. structure time-space organization 3. encourage the lateralization 4. refine fine-motor skills of the hand 5. recognise sound language and the relevant reading and writing modalities. As an exemplification, two clinic experiences presenting specific disabilities are illustrated in the present study together with the relevant suitable pedagogical solutions.

“Metodo per la valutazione e la stimolazione delle abilità percettivo-uditive in età evolutiva

LAURIELLO, MARIA
2005

Abstract

The present study means to supply appraisal elements and a methodology apt to promote the development of the perceptive-auditory abilities of patients who have various disabilities. The considered perceptive categories are: • auditory-motor coordination; • silence-sound differentiation; • suprasegmental frequency dynamics; • the more or less intense suprasegmental sound; • impulsive sounds /continuos sounds. The proposed method provides, in phase of an evaluation test and a drill-lesson, through dictating and reproducing modalities, the following progression: 1) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation between loud and soft sounds and to reproduce them (dynamic organisation); 2) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation between long and short sounds and to reproduce them (rhythmic organisation); 3) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation among low, medium and high-pitched sounds and to reproduce them (melodic organisation); 4) test intended to evaluate and train the ability to perceive the differentiation among sounds that are composed of all the characteristics listed in points 1, 2 and 3 above and to reproduce them (musical organisation). The rehabilitation proposal generally involves fundamental pedagogical pre-requisites. In fact, solfeggio techniques, pianist and vocal activities have been adapted in order to: 1. improve mnemonic skills 2. structure time-space organization 3. encourage the lateralization 4. refine fine-motor skills of the hand 5. recognise sound language and the relevant reading and writing modalities. As an exemplification, two clinic experiences presenting specific disabilities are illustrated in the present study together with the relevant suitable pedagogical solutions.
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