Image Grouping Technique 2CTS: Mastering Small Letters Among Learning Disabilities Children in Primary School


Students with learning disabilities shown difficulties in mastering lowercase at primary school. This study aims to examine the ability of learning disabilities students in mastering 26 lowercase by using Image Grouping Technique 2CTS. This research was a qualitative research with a single action research design which based on Piaget's cognitive learning theory and Kemmis & Mc Taggard model was adapted in this study. Result was collected by researchers by creating and modifying Pre-Oral test and Post-Oral tests based on Malaysia Ministry Education (KPM) program oral paper (LINUS 2.0) Bahasa Malaysia construct 1. Total of twelves students with learning disabilities (LD) including dyslexia, slow leaner and Attention Deficit Hyper Disorder (ADHD) was used as the study sample. All children in the same culture lifestyle and seven years old. The study was conducted in one of primary school at Gombak district. The results showed that LD children capable in understanding to achieved 26 lowercase letters by using 2CTS technique within 6 weeks of teaching and learning sessions without any difficulties.


Learning disabilities, image grouping technique, lowercase letters


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