Author(s): evala TULUMOVIC, Alma HUREMOVIC
The aim of this research was to determine the difference in written expression of the blind, visually impaired and pupils with no sight damage. The sample was composed of three groups of pupils: the blind pupils (N=51), visually impaired pupils (N=42) and pupils without any visual impairment (N=123). The samples were obtained from a population of pupils, grades one to four, attending regular elementary schools in Tuzla’s Canton, and the pupils with boarding accommodations in the Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, but also blind and visually impaired pupils that are attending regular elementary schools in Tuzla’s Canton. By analyzing the results gotten with the use of discriminant analysis on the variables of transcription of letters, syllables, words, sentences and texts, the three sample groups differ in all of the variables.