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Bobik, Bogumiła (2016)
Publisher: Edukacja Elementarna w Teorii i Praktyce
Journal: Elementary Education in Theory and Practice
Languages: Polish
Types: Article
Subjects: children’s psychophysical characteristics; school readiness; special educational needs; auditory perception; visual perception; motor skills; laterality, Pedagogika, cechy psychofizyczne dziecka; dojrzałość szkolna; specjalne potrzeby edukacyjne; percepcja słuchowa; percepcja wzrokowa; sprawność motoryczna; lateralizacja

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This article is concerned with the learning disabilities of six-yearolds. It describes the psychophysical characteristics of the six-year-old child and the indicators of school readiness that enable us to distinguish correct from faulty paths of development. The contemporary understanding of the term “special educational needs” is explained. The most frequent causes of learning disabilities amongst preschoolers are discussed, including auditory processing disorders, visual processing disorders, motor skills and laterality disorders.
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