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Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions Jun 1968

Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions

All Master's Theses

Because literature teachers have little understanding of the art of film, they often consider the film to be a frill rather than an aid to learning. The author contends in this study that literature teachers must be convinced that the motion picture is an art, and that the motion picture teaches the student to appreciate and understand literature more thoroughly. The problem is to convince the literature teacher of the art and the power of the film.


The Construction And Use Of Eight Millimeter Single Concept Films In Industrial Arts, Lyle R. West Aug 1966

The Construction And Use Of Eight Millimeter Single Concept Films In Industrial Arts, Lyle R. West

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this study (1) to investigate the local production and use of silent eight millimeter loop films and (2) to construct a film to demonstrate the possibility of local production.


An Evaluation Of Instructional Materials For Use In Teaching Electronics, H. Allen Shockley Aug 1963

An Evaluation Of Instructional Materials For Use In Teaching Electronics, H. Allen Shockley

All Master's Theses

Through this study the writer will attempt to: (1) evaluate selected instructional materials for teaching electronics that are available through the facilities of Central Washington State College, University of Washington, and Washington State University; (2) develop a list of those materials worthy of use in teaching electronics in grades seven through twelve; and (3) make recommendations for improvements in this area.