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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Commun Sci Disord. 2002;7(1): 30-48.
Use of Alphabet Communication Board During Reading In struction of Students with Severe Cerebral Palsy
Yun Hee Pyo` , and Eunhye Park`
Copyright ©2002 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
표윤희(Yun Hee Pyo)| 박은혜(Eunhye Park)
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ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of an alphabet communication board on communication behaviors related to academic activity in the context of reading instruction for student s with severe cerebral palsy. Using a multiple-probe baseline design across subjects, the frequencies of communication behaviors related to academic activity in a classroom were measured. The training consisted of instruction of the alphabet communication board usage and prompting participant s to use the communication board to show communication behaviors related to academic activity in the context of reading instruction in the classroom. The result s showed that, after the alphabet communication board training, the frequencies of communication behavior s related to academic activity in the classroom increased for all three student s who participated in this study. Also, their improved communication behavior s in the classroom were generalized to new adult s and were maintained during the follow-up period two weeks after the completion of the intervention. These results suggest that the alphabet communication board training appear s to be effective on the acquisition and maintenance of communication behaviors related to academic activity in the classroom and that the acquired behaviors can be generalized to new adults.
Keywords: 문자의사소통판 | 수업관련 의사소통행동 | 자발적 의사소통행동
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