Innovative Approach of Correction of Sound Pronunciation with Elements of Phonetic Rhythmic
On the basis of Academician Y. A. Buketov Karaganda state university (Kazakhstan) there has been developed and implemented into educational process the correctional technology of prevention, identification and elimination of disorders of sound pronunciation in children with logopathy with the use of auxiliary (special) means helping to increase the effectiveness of process of vocational training of the students being trained in Defectology. To achieve quality changes in process of vocational training of students in the specialty "Defectology"; to reorient the content of the main subjects for special education teachers taking into account their professional requirements and order of employers. The methods are based on development and implementation into educational process of innovative technologies on correction of prevention, identification and elimination of sound pronunciation disorders in children with logopathy with the use of auxiliary (special) means. The results of the carried out experiment, which allow to draw a conclusion on quality changes in the course of training of special education teachers when using in educational process the professionally oriented correctional technologies are presented. For the first time the process of vocational training of future special education teachers is carried out with studying the major subject "Correction of sound pronunciation with elements of phonetic rhythmics", which allows to carry out the training of specialists in a complex with specialist disciplines of a logopedic cycle of the specialty "Defectology". It can be used by students of special education in practice of innovative approaches of correction of sound pronunciation with elements of phonetic rhythmics in correction of speech of children with any speech pathology, as well as in preventive and diagnostic work with children of preschool and school age. Besides, the offered technology of correction of sound pronunciation with elements of phonetic rhythmics can be adapted for any language containing the sounds identical in their acoustic-articulatory characteristics to the sounds of the Russian language.
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences ISSN 2039-9340(Print) ISSN 2039-2117(Online)
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