Year 2020, Volume 8 , Issue 1, Pages 533 - 547 2020-03-15

Prevalence of Articulation Errors among Jordanian Gifted Students with Dyslexia

Samer Mahmoud AL-ZOUBİ [1] , Suhail AL-ZOUBI [2]


This research aimed at investigating the prevalence of articulation errors among Jordanian gifted students with dyslexia at Al-Khourah Directorate of Education. 33 gifted students with dyslexia aged 6–12 years participated in this research. The resource room teachers applied the articulation errors checklist to the participants to detect the prevalence of these errors according to gender, type of articulation errors, and the position of the error in the word. The results indicated that the prevalence of articulation errors among Jordanian gifted students with dyslexia was 36.36%; 75% of the articulation errors appeared among male students; the most prevalent type of articulation errors was substitution 66.67%, and 75% of the articulation errors in the word position appeared at the beginning of the word.
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Primary Language en
Subjects Education, Special
Published Date March 2020
Journal Section Gifted Education
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0003-1113-8497
Author: Samer Mahmoud AL-ZOUBİ
Institution: Ajloun National University
Country: Jordan


Orcid: 0000-0002-6648-4680
Author: Suhail AL-ZOUBI (Primary Author)
Institution: Sultan Qaboos University
Country: Oman


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Dates

Publication Date : March 15, 2020

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APA AL-ZOUBİ, S , AL-ZOUBI, S . (2020). Prevalence of Articulation Errors among Jordanian Gifted Students with Dyslexia. Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists , 8 (1) , 533-547 . DOI: 10.17478/jegys.682635
MLA AL-ZOUBİ, S , AL-ZOUBI, S . "Prevalence of Articulation Errors among Jordanian Gifted Students with Dyslexia". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 533-547 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/jegys/issue/52150/682635>
Chicago AL-ZOUBİ, S , AL-ZOUBI, S . "Prevalence of Articulation Errors among Jordanian Gifted Students with Dyslexia". Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists 8 (2020 ): 533-547
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AMA AL-ZOUBİ S , AL-ZOUBI S . Prevalence of Articulation Errors among Jordanian Gifted Students with Dyslexia. JEGYS. 2020; 8(1): 533-547.
Vancouver AL-ZOUBİ S , AL-ZOUBI S . Prevalence of Articulation Errors among Jordanian Gifted Students with Dyslexia. Journal for the Education of Gifted Young Scientists. 2020; 8(1): 547-533.