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Volume 3, Issue 32 (8-2016)

The present study aims to understand the effects of rhythmic movement and group play to improve the performance of the accuracy and audio sequences among children approach was performed.The research method was experimental and statistical. Population were all students of Yazd city, 100 normal students, after the diagnostic test (the Raven Intelligence Test for Children, Saif Naraqi’s test and Andre Rey) the multi-stage cluster sampling method randomly selectedby the random assignment and control groups divided tested. The experimental group received 12 sessions (each session 60 minutes - twice a week), received trained in play group therapy and Rhythmic movements, received no intervention. The control group received no intervention. The data and the methods of descriptive, and inferential statistics (mean and t-test for dependent samples and standard deviation and ANCOVA) of degrees of freedom (p <.05) were used for data analysis. The results showed that the students' attention and auditory sequences in the experimental group compared with the control group were significantly improved. Therefore, it can be concluded that the strategy of group play therapy and rhythmic movements can improve the attention and Auditory sequences in male students. Based on the results, Educators are engaged in learning disorders.

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