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A Computerized Screening Instrument of Language Learnability
This article presents further analyses of a pilot study that examined the effectiveness of a computerized language screening instrument for 60 multicultural children (ages 7-8). Results suggest that because of its computerization and language learnability features, this innovative instrument may be an effective alternative to current screening procedures. (Contains references.) (Author/CR)
Contributor: Jacobs, Ellen L., Coufal, Kathy L.
Date Published: Win
Journal/Secondary Title: Communication Disorders Quarterly
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