ISSN 0439-755X
CN 11-1911/B

›› 1966, Vol. 10 ›› Issue (02): 36-41.

### COMPARISON OF 3 CRITERIA OF CHARACTER RECOGNITION BY PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

CHU TSO-JEN

• Published:1966-06-25 Online:1966-06-25

Abstract: The three different criteria of character recognition (dictation, reading and iden-tification) which are often used in teaching were compared. 1. In immediate tests, given rightaway after learning, dictation was the easiest, andreading the most difficult. In delayed tests, identification was the easiest and dictationthe most difficult. 2. Reminiscence was observed, which seemed to depend on the time elapsed afterlearning, the level of difficulty of the tests and other factors.

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