Acquisition of functional sight words in community-based recreation settings

J.Schloss, Patrick; Alper, Sandra
March 1995
Journal of Special Education;Spring95, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p84
Academic Journal
Investigates the effectiveness of direct instruction procedure involving modeling and guided practice on the acquisition of functional sight word. Use of the instruction procedure in teaching participants with mental retardation and behavior disorders sight words in recreation settings; Effectiveness of direct instruction with in vivo word find activities.


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