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Relation of phonological awareness and braille reading of 10, 12 years old children with congenital visual impairment

  • Journal of Special Education: Theory and Practice
  • Abbr : JSPED
  • 2012, 13(4), pp.533-551
  • Publisher : Research Institute of the Korea Special Education
  • Research Area : Social Science > Education

김광욱 1 WHA-SOO KIM 2

1대구대학교대학원 언어치료학과
2대구대학교

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ABSTRACT

In this, study, development of phonological awareness and braille reading of children with visual impairment in order to 10 years old children with visual impairment 7 and 12 years old children with visual impairment 7 to target syllable awareness(discrimination, deletion, synthetic, substitution), phonemic awareness(discrimination,, deletion, synthetic, substitution), braille reading(word reading, reading speed, reading accuracy, and reading compr ehension) test was conducted. As a result, syllable awareness, there was no significant difference in syllable awareness, and there was a significant difference in phonemic awareness for age inter. Especially the sub-factors of phonemic awareness of there was a significantly difference in phoneme deletion, phoneme substitution for age inter. Even though there was no significant difference in word reading, but reading speed, reading accuracy showed high performance with 12 years children. Also correlation analysis inter sub-factors of phonological awareness and braille reading through word reading showed significant correlation with syllable discrimination, syllable substitution, phoneme discrimination. Reading speed showed significant correlation with phoneme deletion, phoneme substitution, phoneme synthetic. Reading accuracy showed significant correlation with phoneme deletion, phoneme substitution. Reading comprehension showed significant correlation with phoneme substitution, syllable substitution, phoneme deletion, phoneme synthetic, syllable discrimination.

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