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The Developmental Changes in Mazes in the Retelling of Two Types of Discourse by Elementary School Children: A Comparison between Na...

In the present study, we investigated the developmental changes in mazes obtained in two types of story retelling: narrative and expository stories. Mazes were considered to represent linguistic disfluencies. Forty-nine elementary sch...

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THE LANGUAGE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN.

The Language of Elementary School ChildrenCommunication SkillsElementary School StudentsLanguage ArtsLanguage PatternsLanguage ResearchLanguage SkillsLongitudinal Studies...THE INCIDENCE OF MAZES AND NUMBER OF WORDS PER MAZE DECREASES...

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Universal Screening of Reading in Late Elementary School: R-CBM versus CBM Maze.

ABSTRACT Two curriculum-based measurement tools are commonly used to assess progress in reading in elementary school: R-CBM and CBM maze. R-CBM is used...

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The Characteristics of Mazes in Story Retelling by Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

The Characteristics of Mazes in Story Retelling by Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity DisorderIn the present study, we investigated the characteristics of mazes in stories retold both by children with attention deficit hype...

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Characteristics of the Retelling of Expository Discourses by Children from Multicultural Families According to a Picture Presentatio...

Purpose: In this study, the retelling of expository discourses was used to compare mazes characteristics of school-age multicultural children(MC) and non-multicultural children (NMC). Pictures were used as a variable that promoted per...

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Interrater reliability and developmental norms in preschoolers for the motor planning maze assessment (MPMA).

Older chil- dren completed Maze 1 with significantly fewer errors in significantly less time than younger children. Bonferroni Table 3. MPMA Participant Scores 3-Yr-Olds (n 5 30) 4...Participation restrictions affect play, classroom t...

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The response maze: A counter forelementary and special education settings

The authors report on a study in which a response maze, which is calculated to provide the student with a task of intrinsic interest, is compared with o...

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Utility of coding vs. mazes subtests in evaluating giftedness with the WISC‐R

Utility of coding vs. mazes subtests in evaluating giftedness with the WISC-RAcademically GiftedChildrenComparative AnalysisElementary EducationGiftedIntelligence TestsPupil Personnel ServicesScoresScreening TestsStudent PlacementAbst...

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The effects of test anxiety, sex of subject, and type of verbal reinforcement on maze performance of elementary school children

The purpose of this study was to account forchildren's performance in an educational setting by evaluating individual difference factors and the subjects' differential responsivities to social reinforcement The child subjects perform...

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Children's theories of intelligence: beliefs, goals, and motivation in the elementary years.

Older children were more likely than younger children to espouse learning goals (e.g., that they preferred difficult mazes to improve their skill), and less likely to espouse ...(2007). Children's theories of intelligence: Beliefs, go...

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