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The Effects of Computer Software for Developing Phonological Awareness in Low-Progress Readers
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Reading Research and Instruction Volume 40, Number 4, ISSN 0886-0246

Abstract

Examines the effectiveness of two computer programs designed to increase phonological awareness in young children. Finds that children who received computer-administered phonological awareness instruction and children who received teacher-delivered phonological awareness instruction showed a significant increase in phonological processing over that of the instructional technology control group. (SG)

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Mitchell, M.J. & Fox, B.J. (2001). The Effects of Computer Software for Developing Phonological Awareness in Low-Progress Readers. Reading Research and Instruction, 40(4), 315. Retrieved September 27, 2022 from .

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