Objective To research the difference between hearing impairment children and normal children on discourse reading. Methods 36 participants of Hearing Impairment Children from Grade 6 and No-hearlng Impairment Children from Grade 4 and Grade 6 read four discourses with different hints of reading strategies. Used the GLM-Repeated Factoial analyze three items of reading understanding. Results Data revealed non-significance among subjects, significance within four discourses, and non-significance of the interaction effect. Conclusion There groups appear similar trends on four materials. Hints of guide help the reading of hearing impairment children.
|Number of pages||4|
|Journal||China Journal of Health Psychology|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
- Hearing Disorder