explain the effect of a primary disability on children and young people's social,emotional and physical development
the empirical evidence relating to the effects of active engagement with music on the intellectual, social and personal development of children and young people. [ It draws on research using the most advanced technologies to study the brain, in addition to quantitative and qualitative psychological and educational studies. It explains how musical skills may transfer to other activities if the
processes involved are similar. It explores the evidence relating to the impact of musical skills on language development, literacy, numeracy, measures of intelligence, general attainment, creativity, fine motor co-ordination, concentration, self-confidence, emotional sensitivity, social skills, team work, self-discipline, and relaxation. It suggests that the positive effects of engagement with music on personal and social development only occur if it is an enjoyable and rewarding experience. This has implications for the quality of the teaching.
Eating habits and livelihoods of people living near sea shores depend on the sea life. Also, people living in hilly areas are generally shorter than the average people on planes because of the physical conditions.
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