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1968

Central Washington University

All Master's Theses

Reading--Remedial teaching

Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research

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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.