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Effectiveness of visual auditory kinesthetic tactile technique on reading level among dyslexic children at Helikx Open School and Learning Centre, Salem

@inproceedings{Jeyasekaran2015EffectivenessOV,
  title={Effectiveness of visual auditory kinesthetic tactile technique on reading level among dyslexic children at Helikx Open School and Learning Centre, Salem},
  author={J. M. Jeyasekaran},
  year={2015}
}
Materials and Methods: A Quasi-experimental one-group pretest–posttest design was adopted for this study. The reading level was assessed by using the Schonell Graded Word Reading Test. Thirty subjects were drawn by using purposive sampling technique and the intervention VAKT technique was used for children with dyslexia for 30 consecutive days followed by the post-reading level assessment, which revealed the improvement in the mean score value by 12%. 

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