Victoria Marianela Reyes Carranza, Teresita Del Rosario Merino Salazar

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2024/v24cs.1004-1012

The objective of this research was to apply graphism strategy to reduce dysgraphia in students of the level; The methodology was applied, with a quantitative approach, quasi-experimental design, to a sample of 36 first grade primary school students, distributed in 16 for the control group and 16 for the experimental group selected by non-probabilistic sampling, the deductive method was used , the technique used was observation and objective test instruments and observation guide, validated by expert judgment, with 100% content validity. The results of a Student’s T test, -17.245 is high in absolute value and the p value is less than 0.001. Being less than preset alpha level of 0.05, it indicates that difference between the initial and final scores is very statistically significant. It was concluded that graphics strategy considerably reduces the levels of dysgraphia in primary school students.

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