THE VISUAL-MOTOR COORDINATION-BASIC COMPONENT IN LEARNING WRITING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL Cover Image

THE VISUAL-MOTOR COORDINATION-BASIC COMPONENT IN LEARNING WRITING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL
THE VISUAL-MOTOR COORDINATION-BASIC COMPONENT IN LEARNING WRITING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL

Author(s): Olga Domnica Moldovan
Subject(s): Social Sciences
Published by: Editura Universității Aurel Vlaicu
Keywords: learning writing; visual-motor coordination; primary school children;

Summary/Abstract: One of the main activities of the first grades of primaryeducation, is learning writing and reading. To write correctly, the childrenneed a perception sufficiently developed to capture details, visual-motorcoordination between hand and eye in order to reproduce in the notebookthe signs that are drawn on the board or book. The author presents herresults on one sample of children from the primary school, to whom she triedto improve the visual-motor coordination by didactic games. The decrease inaverage frequency of errors is the result of a better hand-eye coordinationof the children, because the games we have used and whose effectiveness cannot be denied. Our results, allow us to say that the working hypothesisproposed at the begining of the experiment has been confirmed by thepractical results.

  • Issue Year: 16/2016
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 98-110
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: English