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|Other Titles:||The Effects of Multimedia Material on Learning the Chinese Phonetic Symbols for the Elementary Students and Students with Learning Disabilities|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of Chinese phonetic symbols teaching via multimedia on students with learning difficulties. The multimedia versionof Chinese phonetic symbols eoursewarc was developed by the research team. Subjects were first gradcrs who werc allocated randomly to either experimental or control group to learn Chinese phonctic symbols for ten wceks with or without the aids of the multimedia material The major findings of this research were: (1) “ reading ability" of eithcr experimental group or control group students was superior to "dictation ability," asindicated from the pre-test results, while the performances of both abilities showed no signcant differences between the two groups alier conducting the experiment(2)There were no significant diffcrcnees in scores betwcen experimental group and control group students in improvement of Chinese-phonetie-symbols performance in post test and; (3) there were no significant differences between experiment group and control group students exccpt “ reading ability'' in delaying tests . It was perceived that multimedia assisted Chinese-phonctie-symbols teaching could be as good as traditional teaching. In addition , when teaching students with learning difficulties in the situation of lacking qualified teachers or of cultural deprivation , multimedia assisted tcaching could be a good choice Based on the findings of this study, the researchcrs provided suggestions and possible research direetions in the fields of multimedia assisted teaching and courseware development to special education teachers and researchers
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