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The research aims to determine the effect of movement and game-based music education on the musical (exercising dynamics, playing the body, singing) skills of students with moderate intellectual disability. Within the framework of this purpose, it was aimed to improve the musical dynamics application skills, body playing skills and singing skills of students with special needs. In the study, the inter-behavioral multiple probe model, which is one of the single-subject experimental designs, was used. A student affected by moderate intellectual disability participated in the study. The findings showed that the effects of Movement and Play Based (MPBME) music education on the musical dynamics practice skills, body playing skills and singing skills of students with moderate intellectual disability were statistically significant and positive. He has shown that he has developed his skills and that he can demonstrate these skills with different applications and that his skills continue.
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