The Role of Musicals in Music Education for Children with Hearing Impairment

Authors

  • Ke Wu
  • Yanjin Wu
  • Yisheng Chen

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/e5e2gwb6

Keywords:

Musicals, Children with Hearing Impairments, Multidisciplinary Education, Special Education

Abstract

 This paper explores the multifaceted role of musicals in the music education of children with hearing impairments, providing a comprehensive theoretical and practical analytical framework that integrates perspectives from education, psychology, musicology, and linguistics. Initially, the paper outlines the general impact of music education on child development, with a special focus on the unique educational needs of children with hearing impairments. It then delves into a multidisciplinary exploration of how musicals can foster the development of cognitive, psychological, social, and linguistic skills in these children. Through specific case studies, this paper demonstrates the effective application of musicals in actual teaching, while also assessing the practical value of various teaching methods and strategies. Finally, the paper discusses the challenges and future opportunities in musical education, offering insights into future research directions. This study aims to provide deep insights into the field of music education for children with hearing impairments and to guide future educational practices and research.

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Published

20-12-2023

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Articles

How to Cite

Wu, K., Wu, Y. ., & Chen, Y. (2023). The Role of Musicals in Music Education for Children with Hearing Impairment. Highlights in Art and Design, 4(3), 109-116. https://doi.org/10.54097/e5e2gwb6