17 Feb The sounds in the early childhood education stage.
A few days ago I read an interview with Tamara Chubarovsky in the newspaper Segre (https://www.segre.com/), language therapist and anthroposophic pedagogue. He is a specialist in the relationship between voice and movement to work with language difficulties and those of physical and mental development. But above all, it is known for rhymes with movement, resources highly valued by families and schools. (www.vozymovimiento.com).
With his studies he demonstrates the importance of becoming aware of the effect that the sounds that our name contains produce in our body and soul.
Tamara says that one way to help children develop healthy is through sounds. That is, name the children by their entire name. His studies show that people’s names do not have to be shortened because the energy they give off is where our true voice is. If we shortened the names, we changed them. If we do not call the children by their real name, we avoid them connecting with themselves, and that they develop correctly. Parents who prefer to put short names, which can not be shortened or changed, are helping them to have a correct emotional growth.
But worse than shortening the names, is if we only call the children by the whole name when we are angry. Then, they relate their name (who they are) with the negative energy and therefore, they distance themselves from the name, and also from themselves. In children, the energy of intonation impacts more than the word.
Therefore, Tamara affirms that we adults have to put the right intonation and energy in the voice, the words, the sounds, and thus the children can have a correct emotional development.
According to Tamara, we could say that we speak as we feel. We have to know that each sound has its movement. There are sounds that calm down, others that cheer, others that center, … And also the movements. How when we swing a child to calm down. In some situations, such as when we are very nervous, it may be difficult for us to pronounce the letter r since it is one of the sounds that needs a certain emotional maturity. In children, this is more noticeable.
In order for children to grow up emotionally healthy, we adults have to be coherent between what we think, what we say and what we do. You have to talk to children in a simple, short and coherent way. With a real voice. They must be given concrete instructions and in the right tone. Otherwise, we will educate emotionally insecure children.
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