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Which Motoric Condition Is Most Effective for Teaching Spelling to Students with and without Learning Disabilities?
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Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 26, Number 3, ISSN 0022-2194

Abstract

This study compared three motoric conditions (writing, tracing, and computer keyboarding) on the spelling performance of 48 third- and fourth-grade students with and without learning disabilities. No significant effect was found for either group. Interviews revealed that students preferred the computer condition but believed the writing and tracing conditions were more instructive. (DB)

Citation

Vaughn, S. (1993). Which Motoric Condition Is Most Effective for Teaching Spelling to Students with and without Learning Disabilities?. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 26(3), 191. Retrieved June 24, 2019 from .

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