Potentials of speech disorders correction in 4-6 yrs children by means of ergo and art therapy





preschool children, speech disorders, psycho-motor qualities, cognitive functions


Purpose: to work out methodic of speech disorders correction in 4-6 yrs children by ergo and art therapy means. Material: during academic year three groups of children (n=97) were being observed: two groups - with speech disorders (control and main) and one group of healthy children. Psycho-motor and cognitive functions were assessed with the help of tests for motor coordination (speed of their fulfillment, verbal thinking). Results: it was found that characteristic feature of such children is critical estimation of own speech insufficiency and conscious avoiding oral answers. By cluster analysis results increase of homogeneity in psycho-physical condition’s positive changes, cognitive functions and dance abilities resulted from dance-correction training program were shown. Conclusions: the worked out dance-correction choreographic trainings helps in the following: developing rhythm sense; strengthening of skeleton and muscles; memory, attention, thinking and imagination simulation. Acquiring of such experience will help a child to further successfully train different art-creative and sports kinds of activities; to master choreography and gymnastic as well as different musical instruments.


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N. B. Petrenko, National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine

Fizkultury str. 1, Kiev, 03680, Ukraine

M. M. Filippov, National University of Physical Education and Sport of Ukraine

Fizkultury str. 1, Kiev, 03680, Ukraine


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Petrenko NB, Filippov MM. Potentials of speech disorders correction in 4-6 yrs children by means of ergo and art therapy. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2017;21(2):75-81. https://doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2017.0205

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