The Impact of a Multisensory Instructional Approach on Learning Letters and Sounds
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Type of Work28 pages
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ProgramMasters of Education
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Subjectspre-kindergarten letter and sound learning
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The purpose of this study was to determine whether a multisensory instructional approach had an impact on learning letters and letter sounds in pre-kindergarten. The measurement tool used was an observational checklist and the Pre-kindergarten Language and Literacy Assessment letters section for this study. The checklist was used for five days during the pretest period and five days during the posttest period. The assessment was used one day during the pretest period and one day during the posttest period. The results suggest that pre-kindergarten students benefit from a multisensory instructional approach when learning letters and letter sounds. More research must be conducted before these results can be generalized to other students.