Emotional Intelligence on Playing Traditional Games Among Specific Learning Disability

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B. K. Pavithra
K. Nagalakshmi


Background of the study: Emotional intelligence is a form of social intelligence that involves the ability to monitor one’s own and others feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them. Learning disability is neurodevelopmental disorders and have persistent difficulties in reading, writing and arithmetic or mathematical reasoning skills.

Aim and Objectives: To assess the emotional intelligence on playing Tamil traditional games among specific learning disability.

Research design: Quasi-Experimental (one group pre-test and Post-test).

Sampling Method: Purposive sampling method used.

Outcomes: Playing traditional Tamil games, especially on Pallanguli, will have an enormous beneficial effect on a dimension of emotional intelligence. It is one of the most effective methods for demonstrating to children ways to solve maths problems along with can be used instead of therapy.

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