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Reading Improvement

1989 Volume 26, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. The Effects of Computer-Assisted Drill and Practice on Spelling Performance with Mildly Handicapped Students

    E Richard Hall

    Examines the effect of computer assisted instruction (CAI) on the spelling performance of six poor spellers who also received special education services. Finds superior performance during the... More

    pp. 43-49

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  2. Can Elementary School Students Be Taught Touchtyping in Unsupervised Environments?

    Vincent P. Mikkelsen

    Investigates the effect of microcomputer typing tutorials on students' typing speed. Finds that the typing tutorial was effective regardless of the environment (supervised or unsupervised), grade... More

    pp. 58-63

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  3. Helping Underachievers Succeed

    Joycelyn G. Parish & Thomas S. Parish

    Reviews successful attempts to help students who perform below their potential. Argues that effective measures for helping underachieving students include: teachers believing in their students, and... More

    pp. 71-78

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