IATL, Vol 1, 2. Identifying High Middle and Low

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We can see, hear, and feel high, middle, and low. The ability to aurally discriminate is required for understanding the meaning of words. “Lamb and Gregory (1993) found a high correlation between pitch discrimination and reading skills.” (Jensen, 1998) Visual discrimination allows understanding of top, middle and bottom of a page. Movement at different levels helps children understand their entire physical world, and interact with it.

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We can see, hear, and feel high, middle, and low. The ability to aurally discriminate is required for understanding the meaning of words. “Lamb and Gregory (1993) found a high correlation between pitch discrimination and reading skills.” (Jensen, 1998) Visual discrimination allows understanding of top, middle and bottom of a page. Movement at different levels helps children understand their entire physical world, and interact with it.