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Teaching Spelling to Students With Learning Disabilities: A Comparison of Rule-Based Strategies Versus Traditional Instruction

This study compared the effects of the Direct Instruction program, Spelling Mastery, and traditional spelling instruction on spelling achievement of special education elementary students receiving services for a learning disability. Unit tests, a standardized spelling test, a sentence-writing test, a transfer test, and a maintenance test were administered to all students. Results indicate that students in the Spelling Mastery group significantly outperformed comparison students on words of high predictability (regular, morphological, and spelling-rule words). (Copyright © 2011, National Institute for Direct Instruction (NIFDI). All rights reserved).

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