TITLE

The Effects of Intraclass Peer Tutoring on the Vocabulary Development of Learning Disabled Children

AUTHOR(S)
Epstein, Lee
PUB. DATE
October 1978
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct1978, Vol. 11 Issue 8
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Studies the effects of intra-class peer tutoring within the area of reading basic sight-word skills on the vocabulary development of learning disabled children. Reasons for the use of sight-word recognition; Comparisons of the effectiveness of peer tutoring reading, peer tutoring math, self-instructional, teacher-instructed control and blind control strategies.
ACCESSION #
4729885

 

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