Paradigmatic Language Training for Learning Disabled Children

Cartelli, Lora M.
May 1978
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1978, Vol. 11 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Reports on the ability of learning disabled (LD) children to benefit from preorganized material and that the positive effects are not lost soon after teaching, as is often reported in clinical observations of LD children. Children's use of categories to organize material for recall; Effect of training paradigmatic language structures on the reading process in LD children.


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