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An Oral Versus a Standard Administration of a Large-Scale Mathematics Test
Students in Grades 4, 5, 7, and 8 (N=1,343) took part in a study to determine whether students with learning disabilities (LD) would benefit from having mathematics test items read aloud. Two 30-item alternate forms of a large-scale multiple-choice mathematics test were administered. One form was presented in standard format; the other was read aloud to students from a video monitor.
Contributor: Helwig, R., Rozek-Tedesco, M. A., & Tindal, G.
Date Published: Spring
Journal/Secondary Title: The Journal of Special Education
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