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English Fluency via Computers at Yakima Tribal School
Rhet Diessner, Edwin E. Rousculp and Jacqueline L. Walker
Journal of American Indian Education
Vol. 25, No. 1 (OCTOBER 1985), pp. 17-24
Published by: University of Minnesota Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24398034
Page Count: 8
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A project using Apple IIe word processing stations and Apple Writer II was implemented with Native American students in grades 7-12 to increase written English fluency. Results indicate success in utilizing computers and word processing to increase English fluency as demonstrated in writing samples.
Journal of American Indian Education © 1985 University of Minnesota Press