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Wordprocessors, Spelling Checkers, and Drill and Practice Programs: Effective Tools for Spelling Instruction?
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Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 5, Number 2,

Abstract

Describes study that examined the effects of combining word processors, spelling checkers, and spelling drill and practice programs to individualize spelling instruction for fifth- and sixth-grade students. Treatments for the experimental and control groups are explained, selection of software is discussed, and suggestions for software development are given. (11 references) (LRW)

Citation

McClurg, P.A. & Kasakow, N. (1989). Wordprocessors, Spelling Checkers, and Drill and Practice Programs: Effective Tools for Spelling Instruction?. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 5(2), 187. Retrieved January 22, 2020 from .

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