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A study on language ability and reading ability of children with reading disability

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2010, 11(3), pp.163-183
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

WOO JEONG HAN 1 김상선 2

1대구사이버대학교
2대구대학교

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ABSTRACT

The reading is language activity that is reported with the fact that has a many relation with language ability specially. A purpose of this study compares the first, reading skill(reading fluency, blank fill) with a language ability(meaning comprehension, language problem solving meaningful phrases) between the general child and the reading obstacle child whom has. Second, Children with reading disabilities have a relationship between reading skill and language abilities were evaluated. For this purpose, all 56 children including 28 people who are children with reading disabilities were tested BASA reading test(reading fluency, blank fill), meaning comprehension and language problem solving meaningful phrases. And on the basis of test data collected for comparison between two groups, two-way ANOVA was conducted, read the description of multiple regression analysis was conducted to find variables. The results of this study, first, reading skills(reading fluency, blank fill), and language ability(meaning comprehension, language problem solving meaningful phrases) in both normal children were higher than children with reading disabilities, statistically there was significant difference. Second, the language skill of children with reading disabilities(meaning comprehension, language problem solving meaningful phrases), reading skills(reading fluency, blank fill) were statistically significant to explain. Among the language means the language problem solving meaningful phrases is higher than meaning comprehension to predict reading comprehension. Based on these results in children with reading disabilities and implications for reading instruction are presented.

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