Effect of Word Processing Applications to Improving Spelling for Ability Deaf Children in Elementry School

Rifnurrohma A Q, Mohammad Efendi, Henry Praherdhiono

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This study aimed to determine the effect of word processing application on learning outcomes spelling ability p there is a deaf child in primary school. The research is a quantitative research, with this type of research  Pre-Experimental  with  One-Group Pre-test Post-test Design , the subject of research amounted to 4 people . Based on the hypothesis testing results obtained 10.98> 3182 , so there is a significant influence on the use of a word processing application on spelling ability in deaf children.


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word processing application; deaf children; spelling

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