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Effects of Computer-Assisted Training of Blending Skills in Kindergartners


Scientific Studies of Reading Volume 2, Number 4, ISSN 1088-8438


Studies beginning readers' response to phonological skills using specific computer programs. Observes three different training programs: training in blending separate letter sounds into words using computer programs; training in vocabulary also using computer programs; and training provided by teachers performing activities to promote phonological skills without computer use. Finds use of computer-assisted exercises for training of blending skills were successful. (SC)


Reitsma, P. & Wesseling, R. (1998). Effects of Computer-Assisted Training of Blending Skills in Kindergartners. Scientific Studies of Reading, 2(4), 301. Retrieved January 24, 2020 from .

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