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MS in Literacy Education
This study examined how phonemic awareness skill building software benefited the literacy skills of school age children. Research was conducted through observation of two students, a kindergartener and third grader, using Earobics software. In addition to observation, informal interviews were also used to determine the necessity of the software and its possible benefits. The students demonstrated an increase in literacy skills, but not phonemic awareness skills specifically. The benefits of this software allow for students to develop their literacy skills more fully by providing a strong skill base when used as a supplement to a complete literacy program.
Radell, Amanda, "How Does the Use of Phonemic Awareness Skill-Building Software in Conjunction with an In-School Literacy Program Benefit Students' Literacy Skills?" (2012). Education Masters. Paper 232.
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