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TitleA comparison of a computerized minimal pairs treatment program using drill and practice method versus game format in the remediation of phonological processes in children
 
AuthorsSiu, F
 
Issue Date2000
 
CitationCITE Seminar Series 01 (A comparison of a computerized minimal pairs treatment program using drill and practice method versus game format in the remediation of phonological processes in children), Hong Kong, China, 20 September 2000 [How to Cite?]
 
DescriptionFollowing the results in the investigation of comparison in the effectiveness of the computerized minimal pairs treatment program and traditional minimal pairs treatment in the remediation of phonological processes in school-aged children by Carl Parsons & Lisa Shaw-Stuart (1992), it showed that both treatment were equally effective in the suppression of phonological processes. Generalization to untrained words and to spontaneous speech was also equal for both treatments. Furthermore, it was reported that the children found the computerized Minimal pairs treatment program motivating. With the introduction of computer into education, drill and practice programs have been used extensively. Current drill and practice programs receive much criticism. They are criticized for being unpleasant and do not capitalize on the full potential of the computer. Much can be done to improve computer-based drill and practice. An educational computer program called "Boo" was developed following the criteria delineated in the literature and recommendations in Lisa Shaw-Stuart & Carl Parson's research. The influence of individual instruction and the game format were incorporated into their computerized drill and practice task in the development of the computerized Minimal pairs treatment program. This study investigated the effectiveness of embedding a drill and practice task within a game environment in the remediation of phonological processes in school-aged children in comparison to the computerized minimal pairs treatment program that has been experimented by Lisa & Carl's (1992) research. However due to the limitation of time and resources, this study will concentrate on one aspect of the phonological processes - the final consonant deletion. The study also investigates the relationship between the learner's level of support by either speech pathologists or parents.
(Email: felix@cite.hku.hk) Mr. Felix Siu is the Assistant Lecturer of CITE and is a PhD candidate in Institute for Education in La Trobe University, Australia. His research interests focus on multimedia in education and online learning. He has been a software engineer for several interactive multimedia packages for Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University. Oct 1995 Fluid Exchange (An interactive multimedia package for teaching the effect of fluid exchange in the body tissue caused by the hydrostatic and osmotic pressure for the School of Human Biosciences) ' Nov 1996 Protection the Health Professionals (An interactive multimedia package for teaching first year nursing students how to protect themselves while nursing patients in a virtual hospital for School of Nursing) Feb 1998 A sound Judgment program (An Interactive multimedia package for students and practitioners from disciplines involved in the care of the human voice to assist them to develop skills in perceptual analysis of voice and to understand the laryngeal physiology underlying different voice features for School of Human Communication Sciences.) May 1999 Boo (An interactive multimedia package for the remediation of phonological processes in children. It would be submitted as part of the PhD thesis.)
 
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dc.descriptionFollowing the results in the investigation of comparison in the effectiveness of the computerized minimal pairs treatment program and traditional minimal pairs treatment in the remediation of phonological processes in school-aged children by Carl Parsons & Lisa Shaw-Stuart (1992), it showed that both treatment were equally effective in the suppression of phonological processes. Generalization to untrained words and to spontaneous speech was also equal for both treatments. Furthermore, it was reported that the children found the computerized Minimal pairs treatment program motivating. With the introduction of computer into education, drill and practice programs have been used extensively. Current drill and practice programs receive much criticism. They are criticized for being unpleasant and do not capitalize on the full potential of the computer. Much can be done to improve computer-based drill and practice. An educational computer program called "Boo" was developed following the criteria delineated in the literature and recommendations in Lisa Shaw-Stuart & Carl Parson's research. The influence of individual instruction and the game format were incorporated into their computerized drill and practice task in the development of the computerized Minimal pairs treatment program. This study investigated the effectiveness of embedding a drill and practice task within a game environment in the remediation of phonological processes in school-aged children in comparison to the computerized minimal pairs treatment program that has been experimented by Lisa & Carl's (1992) research. However due to the limitation of time and resources, this study will concentrate on one aspect of the phonological processes - the final consonant deletion. The study also investigates the relationship between the learner's level of support by either speech pathologists or parents.
 
dc.description(Email: felix@cite.hku.hk) Mr. Felix Siu is the Assistant Lecturer of CITE and is a PhD candidate in Institute for Education in La Trobe University, Australia. His research interests focus on multimedia in education and online learning. He has been a software engineer for several interactive multimedia packages for Faculty of Health Sciences, La Trobe University. Oct 1995 Fluid Exchange (An interactive multimedia package for teaching the effect of fluid exchange in the body tissue caused by the hydrostatic and osmotic pressure for the School of Human Biosciences) ' Nov 1996 Protection the Health Professionals (An interactive multimedia package for teaching first year nursing students how to protect themselves while nursing patients in a virtual hospital for School of Nursing) Feb 1998 A sound Judgment program (An Interactive multimedia package for students and practitioners from disciplines involved in the care of the human voice to assist them to develop skills in perceptual analysis of voice and to understand the laryngeal physiology underlying different voice features for School of Human Communication Sciences.) May 1999 Boo (An interactive multimedia package for the remediation of phonological processes in children. It would be submitted as part of the PhD thesis.)
 
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dc.identifier.citationCITE Seminar Series 01 (A comparison of a computerized minimal pairs treatment program using drill and practice method versus game format in the remediation of phonological processes in children), Hong Kong, China, 20 September 2000 [How to Cite?]
 
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