For me, as a speech therapist, the primary and most important task is to build interaction with the child. Some children open from the first contact. But more often this requires additional time, the selection of rhythm, pace, motivation, structure of relationships. As soon as you manage to “pick up the key”, the learning process starts, the lessons become dynamic, productive, efficient and effective.
Movement is the natural state of man, laid down by nature itself. The movement of the diaphragm is breathing, when observed and perceived is the movement of the eyes, the speech utterance is the movement of the muscles of the articulatory, facial, diaphragmatic, etc. Continue reading