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Impact of Role-play Activity on Evolution of Cohesion among Students with Specific Language Impairment

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In the present study we aimed to evaluate the effect of role-play on group cohesion among students with specific language impairmentt. This pre and post-test study rely on role-play and primarily based on two standardized assessment methods. Twelve students with specific language impairment were participated. After twenty-seven sessions of role-play, group cohesion index and sociometric scale were established and carried out accordingly. The results characterized as statistically significant. This study laid useful groundwork for the future implementation of role-play that may provide additional insights into group cohesion of children with specific language impairment research.
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67
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2
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161-172
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  • Department of Pedagogy and Methodology of Primary Education, National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Kiev, Ukraine, kolesnikovai@list.ru
  • School of Psychology and Pedagogy, Omsk State Pedagogical University, Omsk, Russia
  • School of Psychology and Pedagogy, Omsk State Pedagogical University, Omsk, Russia
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