MacArthur, Charles A.; Graham, Steve
September 1987
Journal of Special Education;Fall87, Vol. 21 Issue 3
Academic Journal
Investigates the ways by which different methods of text production affect the writing processes and products of learning disabled (LD) students. Comparison of the students' output in dictated, handwritten and word processed text; Difference in the process measures of composing rate and revisions found between handwritten and word processed methods; Implication of the results on writing instruction for LD students.


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