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A Research Study To Determine The Effectiveness Of The Orton-Gillingham Method Of Teaching Reading Compared To The Basal Method, Deloris Hassell Rhodes Jan 1974

A Research Study To Determine The Effectiveness Of The Orton-Gillingham Method Of Teaching Reading Compared To The Basal Method, Deloris Hassell Rhodes

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Study Of The Effect Of Homogeneous Grouping By Sex During Reading In The Third Grade, Billie Anne Gillette Goff Jan 1974

Study Of The Effect Of Homogeneous Grouping By Sex During Reading In The Third Grade, Billie Anne Gillette Goff

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


A Causal Comparative Ex Post Facto Study Of The Effects Of Preschool Attendance On Reading Achievement At The First Grade Level, Nancy Jo Newman Jan 1974

A Causal Comparative Ex Post Facto Study Of The Effects Of Preschool Attendance On Reading Achievement At The First Grade Level, Nancy Jo Newman

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Study Of Reading Methods And Their Effect On Test Scores Of Title One Children, Michael Meadows Jan 1974

A Comparative Study Of Reading Methods And Their Effect On Test Scores Of Title One Children, Michael Meadows

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Increased Rate Of Response In Programmed Reading Through Contingent Peer Tutoring, Nancy Lynn Grimes Jan 1974

Increased Rate Of Response In Programmed Reading Through Contingent Peer Tutoring, Nancy Lynn Grimes

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


In The Process Of Change, Claudia Denise Cox Jan 1973

In The Process Of Change, Claudia Denise Cox

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


The Doman And Delacato Program (Parts 1 And 2), Ruby L. Rubio Jan 1973

The Doman And Delacato Program (Parts 1 And 2), Ruby L. Rubio

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


The University Can't Train Teachers: A Symposium Of School Administrators Discuss School-Based Undergraduate Education For Teachers, Paul Olson, Larry Freeman, James Bowman, Jan Pieper Jun 1972

The University Can't Train Teachers: A Symposium Of School Administrators Discuss School-Based Undergraduate Education For Teachers, Paul Olson, Larry Freeman, James Bowman, Jan Pieper

Faculty Publications -- Department of English

CONTENTS

Introductory Letter

Discussion Summary

Acknowledgments

List of Participants

Educational Reform and Informational Needs

"Manpower: Supply and Demand for Teaching Personnel" -- Leo Shapiro

The Idea of Community and the Education of Teachers

"The Transmission of American Culture" -- George D. Spindler

"In the United States District Court for the Eastern Division of Texas, Tyler Division, Memorandum Opinion Regarding the San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District"

The Use of Higher Education Personnel in School-Based Undergraduate Teacher-Training Programs

Appendix-"Research Sharing"

School-Based Teacher-Training Centers ."The Portland Urban Teacher Education Project:

New Context for Teacher Preparation" -- John L. Parker

Certification; Tenure

"The ...


A Study Of The Reading Program In West Richland Elementary School At Noble, Illinois, Robert L. Phillips Jan 1972

A Study Of The Reading Program In West Richland Elementary School At Noble, Illinois, Robert L. Phillips

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of Questions Contained In Selected Intermediate Standardized Reading Tests, Sue Gosnell Jan 1969

An Analysis Of Questions Contained In Selected Intermediate Standardized Reading Tests, Sue Gosnell

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Study Of Individualized Reading Procedures For Self-Contained Classrooms, Tommy H. Scott Jan 1969

A Comparative Study Of Individualized Reading Procedures For Self-Contained Classrooms, Tommy H. Scott

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Suggested Methods Of Evaluating And Modifying Visual Perceptual Deficiencies As Related To Reading Disorders In Early Elementary Grades, Kenneth Elmer Sturm Dec 1968

Suggested Methods Of Evaluating And Modifying Visual Perceptual Deficiencies As Related To Reading Disorders In Early Elementary Grades, Kenneth Elmer Sturm

Master's Theses

No abstract provided.


A Study Of The Interrelationship Between Personality With Special Reference To Self Concept And Achievement In Reading, Betty F. Feezel Jan 1968

A Study Of The Interrelationship Between Personality With Special Reference To Self Concept And Achievement In Reading, Betty F. Feezel

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


A Study Of The Selection And Use Of Supplementary Reading Materials In Selected Elementary Schools, Diana Nickum Jan 1967

A Study Of The Selection And Use Of Supplementary Reading Materials In Selected Elementary Schools, Diana Nickum

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


A Comparative Study Of The Teaching Of Elementary Reading In The United States And Taiwan, Mei-Ein Wang Jan 1966

A Comparative Study Of The Teaching Of Elementary Reading In The United States And Taiwan, Mei-Ein Wang

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


The Mcguffey Readers, Louise Lively Jun 1945

The Mcguffey Readers, Louise Lively

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The textbook, an important factor in public school education, is nowhere so wonderfully developed as in the United States. It occupies a more important position in our educational system than it does in the systems of many foreign countries. In fact, most of the teaching in our schools today revolves around the textbook - the cause of much criticism by many writers. They deplore the fact that both our teachers and pupils are dependent on textbooks.


A Study Of The Effect Of Home Environment Upon The Reading Abilities Of Elementary School Children, Beulah Campbell Aug 1944

A Study Of The Effect Of Home Environment Upon The Reading Abilities Of Elementary School Children, Beulah Campbell

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to determine to what extent reading ability is related to certain factors in the home environment of children.


A Study Of The Effect Of Growth In Reading Achievement Upon The Total Personality Of The Child, Lillie Nix Aug 1944

A Study Of The Effect Of Growth In Reading Achievement Upon The Total Personality Of The Child, Lillie Nix

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of reading achievement as measured by a standardized test of reading, upon the total personality of the child, as measured by a standardized test of personality.


An Analysis Of Basal Preprimers In Terms Of Factors Determining Their Difficulty, Virginia Brunson Aug 1943

An Analysis Of Basal Preprimers In Terms Of Factors Determining Their Difficulty, Virginia Brunson

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of the study is twofold:

I. To make a comparative analysis of recently published preprimerrs from the standpoint of:

A. Relation of the content of the picture to the content of the printed text.

B. Style of writing

C. Elements of interst

D. Vocabulary burden

II. To evaluate the difficulty and relative merit of the preprimers analyzed.


An Experimental Study Of Leisure Reading In The Eighth Grade, Georgia Mcelwain Aug 1942

An Experimental Study Of Leisure Reading In The Eighth Grade, Georgia Mcelwain

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The problem of the study was: To test the effect of free reading in the eighth grade, having materials provided with a range of difficulties suited to the differences in ability of the pupils.


A Contract Plan For Teaching American Literature In High School, Elizabeth Stagner Aug 1936

A Contract Plan For Teaching American Literature In High School, Elizabeth Stagner

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The plan may be characterized as follows:

  1. A definite provision for four levels of mastery.
  2. A challenge to the individual pupil, through a written presentation of contracts, to place himself satisfactorily at the grade-level he desires.
  3. Provision for a period of thirty-six weeks, in six-weeks units.


An Analysis Of The Vocabularies Of Primers, Katie Motley Aug 1936

An Analysis Of The Vocabularies Of Primers, Katie Motley

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of the present study is threefold:

  1. To analyze the vocabulary of each of fourteen primers to determine the extent to which their vocabularies are identical.
  2. To find what percentage of words each primer has in common with the Kentucky adopted text Ben and Alice.
  3. To suggest primers which best supplement Ben and Alice for slow learners and for fast learners.


Specific Training As A Means Of Developing Specific Abilities In Reading, Ola Roemer Jun 1933

Specific Training As A Means Of Developing Specific Abilities In Reading, Ola Roemer

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The problem specifically stated is: What is the effect of specific training upon the development of the ability to pick out central thoughts of paragraphs as compared with the results of obtained in the same direction from general reading procedures?

The purpose of this study is to compare the results of specific training upon the development of this special ability in reading with the results obtained in the same direction from general reading procedures.


Is Formal Grammar Necessary In The High School?, Edward Ray Jun 1932

Is Formal Grammar Necessary In The High School?, Edward Ray

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study does not attempt to decide which is the better method of presenting grammar to the high school pupil; that is a question which would require much more extensive research to answer. We are interested primarily in determining and evaluating the success in college formal grammar of students who have had formal grammar in high school as compared with the success of those who have not had high school formal grammar. The study, therefore, is an attempt to show the differences existing in preparation for college formal grammar on the part of the students who have had high school ...


The Psychological Development Of Expression Volume 1, Mary Ann Blood, Ida Morey Riley Jan 1900

The Psychological Development Of Expression Volume 1, Mary Ann Blood, Ida Morey Riley

The Psychological Development of Expression

Collection of texts for practical use by students of the Columbia School of Oratory in Chicago. Selected by the school's founders, texts were chosen to foster the development of "personal power in public speaking." The founders sought specifically to engage the whole person: intellect, emotions, will, and physique.