Description of Analysis of Phonemes, Graphemes, Onset-Rimes, and Words with Braille-Learning Children
Six primary school–aged braille students were taught to name 4 to 10 braille letters as phonemes and another 4 to 10 braille letters as graphemes (Study 1). They were then taught to name 10 braille words as onset-rimes and another 10 braille words as whole words (Study 2). Instruction in phonemes and onset rimes resulted in fewer trials and a higher percentage of correct responses.
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Review Analysis of Phonemes, Graphemes, Onset-Rimes, and Words with Braille-Learning Children