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ERIC Number: ED003622
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Dec
Pages: 84
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PROGRAMED INSTRUCTION AND THE CORRECTION OF WRITTEN LANGUAGE OF ADOLESCENT DEAF STUDENTS.
BIRCH, JACK W.; STUCKLESS, E. ROSS
SPECIAL PROGRAMS FOR THE DEAF WERE DEVELOPED TO DETERMINE IF GRAMMATICAL ERRORS IN WRITTEN LANGUAGE COULD BE REDUCED. PRELIMINARY ANALYSES WERE MADE ON THE LANGUAGE OF DEAF STUDENTS AND USED AS A GUIDE FOR THE SELECTION OF GRAMMAR MATERIAL TO BE PROGRAMED. ONE CONTROL GROUP AND TWO EXPERIMENTAL GROUPS WERE USED IN THE STUDY. THE SAMPLES CONSISTED OF ADOLESCENT DEAF STUDENTS WHO WERE ASSIGNED TO ONE OF THE THREE GROUPS. EXPERIMENTAL GROUP 1 CONSISTED OF 57 SUBJECTS, EXPERIMENTAL 2, 52, AND THE CONTROL GROUP, 105 SUBJECTS. THE TWO EXPERIMENTAL GROUPS RECEIVED TWO DIFFERENT TREATMENTS, WHILE THE CONTROL GROUP RECEIVED REPRESENTATIVE INSTRUCTION. THE TREATMENTS WERE DIVIDED INTO DEDUCTIVE AND INDUCTIVE FORMS OF PROGRAMS. PROGRAMED LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION IS DEMONSTRABLY EFFECTIVE FOR TEACHING DEAF STUDENTS, PARTICULARLY WHEN COUPLED WITH CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTION AND USED SKILLFULLY. (JK)
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Identifiers: PENNSYLVANIA; Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh)