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Tari Glipang sebagai Sarana Peningkatan Konsentrasi Kinestetik Tunagrahita

Restian, Arina and Aini, Dian Fitri Nur (2019) Tari Glipang sebagai Sarana Peningkatan Konsentrasi Kinestetik Tunagrahita. Satwika: Kajian Budaya dan Perubahan Sosial, 3 (1). pp. 1-11. ISSN 2580-8567

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Abstract

Primary school age is a phase of early development in children to develop their abilities or intelligence. Students have different abilities that are influenced by several factors. Intelligence in humans, especially primary school-age children, includes 9 types of intelligence, one of which is kinesthetic intelligence. Kinesthetic intelligence in elementary school age generally develops faster than other intelligences. This is because the characteristics of primary school-age children tend 2 Tari Glipang sebagai Sarana Peningkatakan Konsentrasi Kinestetik Tunagrahita to prefer activities that move such as running and dancing. But in mentally retarded children, motor skills tend to develop more slowly than regular children. Mentally disabled have a limitation in focusing on something no more than half an hour so that they have difficulty concentrating. Delay in the development of motor skills experienced by mental retardation also affects its kinesthetic concentration. Children tend to find it difficult to memorize the movements found in learning that require them to move together with other students such as gymnastics and dance activities. One effort that can be done to train kinesthetic concentration in mentally retarded children is through dancing activities. Dance has a purpose to develop students personally. One type of dance that can be used as a means of mental retardation therapy is Glipang Dance. Glipang dance is a dance originating from Probolinggo. Glipang dance has 13 stages applied in art learning that can be used as therapy for mentally retarded children. The application of the Glipang Dance movement to children who are grahita can help them relieve emotions and influence their concentration. In addition, Glipang Dance also tends to have movements that focus on breathing arrangements. A good breathing arrangement will improve blood circulation which directly affects the increased concentration of the child.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: glipang dance; kinesthetic concentration; mental retardation
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of Elementary Teacher Education (86206)
Depositing User: Arina Restian
Date Deposited: 13 Apr 2020 01:48
Last Modified: 15 Apr 2020 04:58
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/60955

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