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The Impact of Phonological Awareness Training on speed - reading of boy Students with dyslexia

Journal: Shenakht Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry (Vol.3, No. 2)

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Page : 94-103

Keywords : dyslexia. speed; phonological awarenes;

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Introduction:Dyslexia is a condition in which the reading achievement, lower than the extent that it can be in terms of age, education and IQ scores than he had expected. The failure of a barrier to academic achievement or daily activities involve reading it. One of the most important factors that dyslexia is related to phonological awareness, which can be accurate and fluent reading of influence. Objective:The present study was aimed to determine the effectiveness phonological awareness training on speed-reading in students with dyslexia. Materials & Methods: In this randomized clinical trail. boy dyslexic students (30) were selected randomly from 2 and 4 districts of Learning Disabilities Centers in Isfahan city.They were assigned to experimental and control groups separately based (15 individuals in each group). All students answered to Questionnaire nilipour and shirazi dyslexia before and after traini ng. Experimental groups participated in10 training sessions (twice a week; 60 minutes per session) and received psychological awareness training programbut control group did not. All the students were evaluated at the end of the thirtieth session and two months later Test again.The data were analyzed by using analysis of covariance. Results: The results showed that phonological awareness training has significantly increased speed-reading of experimental group in comparison to control group even after 2 months. Conclusion: It seems that the application of phonological awareness training can increase the speed of dyslexic students along with the other training and rehabilitation programs.

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