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Title:Blagodejni učinki glasbe na osebe z Downovim sindromom
Authors:Prosen, Polona (Author)
Magdovski, Adriana (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf MAG_Prosen_Polona_2016.pdf (1,67 MB)
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:PEF - Faculty of Education
Abstract:Magistrsko delo je zasnovano kot praktično delo. Obravnava osebe z Downovim sindromom, njihov razvoj, telesne značilnosti in sposobnosti. Vključuje inkluzijo otrok s posebnimi potrebami, vrste izobraževalnih programov ter pregled zavodov in centrov po Sloveniji. Preučuje tudi zdravilne učinke glasbe, tako na zdravega človeka, kot na osebo s posebnimi potrebami. V magistrski nalogi so prikazane tudi konkretne vaje ob glasbi, ki so namenjene sprostitvi, zmanjšanju stresa, lajšanju bolečin, prav tako pripomorejo k izboljšanju pozornosti, koncentracije, pomnjenja ter k izboljšanju socialne interakcije. V drugem, praktičnem delu magistrske naloge so predstavljeni rezultati raziskave, ki je bila opravljena v Centru za izobraževanje, rehabilitacijo in usposabljanje v Vipavi. Vanjo je bilo vključenih pet različno starih otrok z Downovim sindromom. Zanimalo nas je, kako posamezniki z omenjeno motnjo doživljajo glasbo in kakšna čustva jih spremljajo ob glasbeni aktivnosti. Pri ugotavljanju razlik sta bila upoštevana spol in starost posameznikov. Raziskali smo, kaj jim pri glasbi povzroča največ težav ter katera so njihova močna področja. Preverili smo tudi, v kolikšnem času in s kakšnimi rezultati se lahko skupina petih učencev, ki so različnega spola, različne starosti in imajo različno stopnjo motnje, nauči ljudsko pesem.
Keywords:osebe s posebnimi potrebami, Downov sindrom, pozitivni učinki glasbe, zvok, skupinsko muziciranje
Year of publishing:2016
Publisher:[P. Prosen]
Source:Maribor
UDC:376(043.2)
COBISS_ID:22415112 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:N91OE4ZI
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Language:English
Title:The Beneficial Effects of Music On People with Down Syndrome
Abstract:The master thesis is designed as practical work. It addresses persons with Down’s syndrome, their development, physical characteristics and abilities. It includes the inclusion of children with special needs, types of educational programmes and an overview of institutions and centres in Slovenia. It also examines the therapeutic effects of music on a healthy person as well as a person with special needs. The master thesis also presents concrete exercises with music designed for relaxation, lowering stress, easing pain as well as improving attention, concentration, memorizing and social interaction. The second, practical part of the master thesis presents results of the survey performed in the institute CIRIUS in Vipava. It includes five children with Down’s syndrome of different ages. The survey analyses how individuals with this disorder experience music and what feelings they experience during the musical activity. When determining the differences, sex and age of individuals were taken into account. This part explores what causes them the most difficulties while listening to music and what their strengths are. It also examines which results can be achieved and in what time in a group of five students of different sex, age and level of disorder who are learning a folk song.
Keywords:persons with special needs, Down’s syndrome, positive effects of music, sound, group music playing


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