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The Case Study Approach In Remedial Reading, Marlyn L. Willardson Jul 1969

The Case Study Approach In Remedial Reading, Marlyn L. Willardson

All Master's Theses

A case study of one student who failed to pass the reading portion of the teacher education test at Central Washington State College was the investigation of this paper. The purpose of this study was to present the case study as a technique in diagnosing the reading disabilities of the individual and using the diagnosis as the basis for prescription and implementation of corrective procedures. This investigation was also conducted to serve as a single depth study upon which future case studies at the college level could be based.


A Case Study Of Remediation For A Fifth Grade Boy With Reading Disabilities, Betty Lee Foster Jun 1969

A Case Study Of Remediation For A Fifth Grade Boy With Reading Disabilities, Betty Lee Foster

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to provide formal research evidence as to the effectiveness of the remedial tutorial program with one child who had been diagnosed as a disabled reader. The student had been functioning as a slow learner in the classroom. More specifically, an attempt was made to verify or reject the hypothesis that improvement of the subject's reading ability would result in an enhancement of his self-image. A second hypothesis was to determine if the regular classroom work would profit by this improved self-image.


A Study Of The Effects Of Certain Physical Activities On The Progress Of Reading Comprehension, Word Knowledge, And Rate, Neil Allen Cummings Aug 1968

A Study Of The Effects Of Certain Physical Activities On The Progress Of Reading Comprehension, Word Knowledge, And Rate, Neil Allen Cummings

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this paper (1) to study the affects of certain physical activities (creeping, crawling, balancing and rhythm) related to the improvement of comprehension, vocabulary, and rate of reading; (2) to compare the amount of progress in reading of the boys to the progress of the girls; and (3) to compare the amount of progress of the high, middle, and low reading groups.


An In Depth Study Of A Child With Visual Perceptual Problems And An Attempt To Determine The Effectiveness Of Configuration Analysis As Related To Visual Perception, Gail Hintze Aug 1968

An In Depth Study Of A Child With Visual Perceptual Problems And An Attempt To Determine The Effectiveness Of Configuration Analysis As Related To Visual Perception, Gail Hintze

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to work closely with one child who had been diagnosed as a disabled reader with visual perception problems to determine if the intensive use of visual perceptual training in the use of configuration analysis would improve the subject's reading power.


A Study On The Effectiveness Of The Neurological Impress Method As A Remedial Reading Technique, Anthony Cairl Embrey May 1968

A Study On The Effectiveness Of The Neurological Impress Method As A Remedial Reading Technique, Anthony Cairl Embrey

All Master's Theses

There are many students who have quite serious reading problems which are not attributable to below normal intelligence. The task of this research was to determine the effectiveness of the Neurological Impress Method of reading instruction with these kinds of students. The method was evaluated in terms of its effect on the students' reading comprehension and reading vocabulary.


A Study Of Relationship Between Reading Problems And Emotional Problems., Linda Linnea Woods Aug 1949

A Study Of Relationship Between Reading Problems And Emotional Problems., Linda Linnea Woods

All Master's Theses

Since emotional and personality problems may affect learning, it appears that some emotional problems which children possess may be directly related to their ability to read. This study is concerned with an analysis of actual case studies of children who were referred to a remedial reading instructor to ascertain the extent of this relationship.