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The Effectiveness of Computer Training for Teaching Reading Skills by Two Methods: Total and Oral Communication for Kinder Garden Hearing Disabled Children. Association of Arab Universities.


Authors: Khawla A. Yahiya, Mahmood Milkawi and Mamoon Momani
Abstract: This study aimed to study the effectiveness of computer training for teaching reading skills by two methods: Total and oral communication for kinder garden hearing disabled children. The sampled of the study consisted of (60) children divided into four groups: experimental group (1) 14 children trained by total computer communication. Control group (1) 16 children, trained by normal method, experimental group (2) 14 child, trained by computer oral method. Control group (2) 16 children, trained by normal method. An instrument was developed for the purpose of this study convenient validity and reliability coefficients were reached for the purpose of the study. A result showed that experimental group (1) that trained by total computer communicated was better in teaching than control group (1) that trained by normal method. Also the experimental group (2) that trained by computer oral method, was better in teaching reading comparing with control group (2) which trained by normal method. Also results showed that: total computer communication in teaching reading for hearing disabled is better than computer oral method. Also there was no difference in teaching between males and females, there was interaction between the two experimental groups (1, 2) and the computer program comparing with the two control groups (1, 2) in favor of (1,2) experimental groups, that mean the effectiveness of computer program with two methods (total communication and oral).
Published in: Journal of Education and Psychology ;9(3):101-134
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