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Pratique rythmique et syllabation

Abstract : Through this dissertation, I wanted to know if it was possible to consider music education as an aid to learning, as an accompaniment to reduce difficulties in reading. So I wondered about the practice of rhythmic activities that improve the syllabification skills. Several hypotheses emerged from this issue. Children with difficulties in syllabification show rhythmic motor difficulties. Children who manage to tap correctly rhythmic phrases have less difficulty in reading. Finally, the body rhythmicity is necessary to syllabic rhythmicity. To test these hypotheses, I applied aptitude tests, carried out on 6-7 year-old pupils. The results suggest that there is a correlation between these skills even if it is difficult to assert clearly that the rhythmic practice improve syllabification.
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Laureline Querrant. Pratique rythmique et syllabation. Education. 2014. ⟨dumas-01141194⟩



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