The Influence of Positive Emotions in the Process of Language Education for Hearing Impaired Children

Emotion is the evaluation and experience of the body’s physiological response to the possibility and inevitability of the success of the behavior, including seven kinds of happiness, anger, worry, thought, sadness, fear, and shock.The stronger the behavior in the physical movements, the stronger the emotions. For example, joy is dancing, anger is gnashing teeth, worry is not thinking about tea, sadness is heartache, etc. It is the emotional response to body movements.

Positive and power-increasing emotions can improve people’s activity ability. For example, happy emotions drive people to act actively, and people become optimistic, confident, open-minded, and open-minded; while negative and weakening emotions will reduce people’s activity. Mobility, such as depression caused by sadness will weaken people’s mobility.For this reason, positive emotions are crucial to the use and cultivation of hearing impaired children in the process of language acquisition.

The influence of positive emotions in the language education process of hearing impaired children:

First, positive emotions can promote the auditory attention of hearing impaired children, so that their ability to perceive and recognize language is continuously improved.

Generally hearing impaired children are “deaf first and dumb”.For this reason, when the hearing of the hearing impaired child is compensated, the child should first learn to listen to the sound, let the child pay attention to the surrounding sounds, and then let him become interested in the sound, so as to enable him to understand and understand the language. Desire to express.

If children are in a state of positive excitement when they are learning, then they will actively learn new things, and vice versa.If a child is in a negative state of emotions when learning, then he is full of resisting and disgusting emotions towards everything around him, so he will naturally not be interested in sound, let alone learn things.

second,Positive emotions can be improvedHearing impaired children’s observation and imitating abilities can help children understand language.

Those who have lost their hearing will generally have very sensitive vision, mainly because their knowledge of the surrounding environment is first obtained through observation with their eyes.When children first come into contact with language, due to their underdeveloped articulatory organs, visual participation is very important. They are collected through visual observation and then imitated to acquire language.

Therefore, in the teaching content, completion form, environment setting, teaching attitude, etc., we must fully consider the children’s interests, and let them learn with positive emotions.

third, Positive emotions can also help children improve their memory and promote the development of contextual language in hearing-impaired children.

We always know that beautiful things can always leave a deep impression on people and make people unforgettable.The memories of childhood are mostly related to the emotions, scenes and other experiences of the time.Especially for hearing-impaired children, most of their experience is obtained through direct perception.

If the child’s emotions are optimistic, confident, open-minded and open-minded, he will take the initiative to memorize everything that is currently happening, and then store these things in the brain.Then when these things reappear again, it becomes easier to understand these things.For example, the child is laughing happily. At this time, show him a picture of “laughing” and use the sign language to tell him that it is “laughing”. The next time he sees this picture, he will naturally Laugh out or do the action of “laugh”, and then transition to the expression of the word “laugh”.

In summary, emotional development has always existed in the language learning process of hearing impaired children.Therefore, teachers and parents should be good at stimulating and inducing children’s positive emotions, so that positive emotions run through the entire language process of hearing-impaired children and become their motivation for language learning.

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