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A Comparative Study on Story Composing Ability between children with Normal Language Ability and with Language Learning Disability

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2007, 8(4), pp.655-677
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

김고운 1 Seoung-Woo Ahn 1 Seo, Yoo-Kyung 1

1부산대학교

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ABSTRACT

The present article looked into the construction ability of the narrative between children with language learning disability and with normal language capacity, through story generation and studied the children's ability to sustain the story length and their correct use of story grammar. The total participants were 3rd grade twelve children with language learning disability, and twelve children with same language level and twelve children same at chronological level. The result showed that the story composition ability of the children with language learning disability was worse than the children with normal language capacity matched chronological age between the two, but there was no different story composition ability between the children with language learning disability and the children with same language level. So the story composition ability of the children with language learning disability is not from the language disability, it is from retardation of language ability development. Researcher also looked into the distinctions of composition ability with several tasks(a picture book without script, one side picture, personal story). The result of this study was showed that the story composition ability of the children with language learning disability was lowed on all of the tasks. So this is represented the information about scaffolding and a standard of choice teaching aids to improve the story composition ability of them.

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