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A Analysis of Computer Keyboard Cording characteristics by Children with Physical Disabilities According to Korean Vowel and Consonant Component

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2008, 9(3), pp.477-493
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

Do, Sung Wha 1

1우석대학교 유아특수교육과

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ABSTRACT

This study is analyzed Computer Keyboard Korean letter cording characteristics and cording time, which is a final consonant on the end of a Korean orthographic syllable or not in the 2 or 3 syllables, by children with physical disabilities. Furthermore we searched a corelation between cording error characteristics and cording time according to the location of a final consonant. The results of this study were as follows; First, it was a high cording correct rate that both existed a final consonant, and that the next one did the front letter with a final consonant in the 2 syllables. In the case of 3 syllables, it was high that the cording error rate was both all of them and the last letter without a final consonant in a word. Second, it took the shortest time to cord for both of them without a final consonant , but that did the longest time to cord for both of them with a final consonant in the 2 syllables. However there was no meaningful difference statistically, We found that there was not big difference of cording time according to the location of a final consonant in the 2 syllables. In the case of 3 syllables, it took the highest time to cord the letter without final consonant and the middle letter without final consonant was the lowest one. Third, there was the negative corelation between cording error characteristics and cording time regardless with or without a final consonant and the location of it in the 2 syllables, but didn't mean statistical difference. there was negative the corelation between cording error characteristics and cording time regardless the location of a final consonant in the 3 syllables.

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