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Systèmes sensoriels et sons : développer une conscience sensible chez le jeune enfant

Abstract : Today, sensorial systems are in the middle of the neuroscience research. They permit to teach implicit concepts without using speech. Multiple intelligences are closely linked to this subject. The chosen senses are the first, that is to say the ones employed since birth : sight, hearing and touch. They aim to create stimuli perceived from the outside, the environment and surrounding. Observing is a large part of this study : some rules are not integrated by students. It is therefore appropriate to put them in circumstances to establish a calm atmosphere and a real workspace in class. During discovery activities, pupils forget the group class and didn’t listen or respect each other. They are talking out loud, ignoring their impact. Experimenting sound concepts with senses in various arrangements will develop a sensitive awareness. The sonometer, a scientific tool, measures objectively the sound level. Make listen, touch and see the sound allows children to build knowledge that they had not access with words.
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Lucie Santteli. Systèmes sensoriels et sons : développer une conscience sensible chez le jeune enfant. Education. 2019. ⟨dumas-02309175⟩

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