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A Content Analysis of Foreign Experimental Studies on Language of Preschoolers with Disability

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2006, 7(4), pp.213-235
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

Oh, Hae Jeong 1 Hwang Do-Soon 2 PARK HYEONOK 3

1영동대학교
2공주대학교
3남부대학교

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ABSTRACT

By analyzing the research contents of the papers on the language of preschoolers with disability which have been presented in research papers in the field of special education such as 「Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research」와 「Topics in Early Childhood Special Education」, 「The Journal of Special Education」「Council for Exceptional Children」, 「Topics in Language Disorders」and 「Focus on Exceptional Children」, this study was to find out the trend of language research for preschoolers with disability and also to present some tasks which have to be studied in the future. For this purpose, 52 papers on language for preschoolers with disability were chosen and subsequent categories for research contents were also analyzed. The subsequent categories for research methods of contents included type of disability, intervention setting, instruction situation, type of intervention, intervention agents and additional outcomes and the subsequent categories for intervention method or effectiveness include independent variables and dependent variables. The result of this study showed that researches on preschoolers with language delay for the types of disability, researches on clinical environment for intervention setting and researches on researchers for intervention agents were done most in number respectively. Most of the researches evaluated reliability but only a few researches evaluated generalization data, maintenance data, data on treatment fidelity and social validation measures. In the type of research intervention method content, milu teaching was used the most for independent variables while expressive language was more used than receptive language for dependent variables.

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