Language samples of sixteen oral hearing-impaired students, aged 3.8 to 10.6 years with a mean SRT average of 27dB, were taken during High/Scope recall sessions under two conditions: with visual reminder (a videotape replay of their session work-time) or without visual reminder (no videotape replay of their work-time). These language samples, taken over a three month period, were analyzed with SALT (Systematic Analysis of Language Transcripts) for flexibility (using TTR) and structure (using MLU-W), and for five other SALT analyses. In each of the seven SALT analyses, improvement was shown for both groups with a trend for greater improvement shown in favor of the gorup with visual reminder.
Hedrick, Dona Lea
Master of Arts (M.A.)
College of Health
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Orlando (Main) Campus
Dissertations, Academic -- Health and Professional Studies; Health and Professional Studies -- Dissertations, Academic
Kissel, Joan S., "Effect of Visual Reminder on the TTR and MLU-W of Oral Hearing-Impaired Students During High/Scope Recall Sessions" (1988). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4300.