Author(s): evala TULUMOVIC
The purpose of this research was to determine errors while writing sentences by dictation at the blind children, children with impaired vision and children without vision impairment. The examinees were pupils with and without vision impairment, gained from the population of pupils from the first to the fourth grade of regular primary schools in Tuzla canton and from the population of the blind and the children with impaired vision from the first to the fourth grade of the boarding school in the Centers for the blind and children and youth with impaired vision. The obtained results showed that in the area of the groups of variables for evaluation of errors on the variables of writing sentences by dictation it was established that the blind and pupils with impaired vision had the largest number of grammatical errors, analysis and synthesis errors and kinetic errors while writing sentences by dictation using uppercase and lowercase letters, whereby most of the errors were made by the pupils with impaired vision in respect to the blind pupils. On the basis of the obtained results at children with impaired vision, it would be recommendable to start rehabilitation program as soon as possible for development and adoption of knowledge in order to strengthen the sense efficacy at the blind and pupils with impaired vision, whereby a higher sense of security would be developed and an assumption for a safe success in further education would be created.