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Parents Reading Aloud To Their Children, Margaret Anne Smith Jan 2000

Parents Reading Aloud To Their Children, Margaret Anne Smith

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Training Parents To Teach Their Preschoolers, Carol Ann Hodnett Jan 1997

Training Parents To Teach Their Preschoolers, Carol Ann Hodnett

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Parents Supporting Literacy At Home K-6, Jennifer Miller Lara Jan 1995

Parents Supporting Literacy At Home K-6, Jennifer Miller Lara

Theses Digitization Project

No abstract provided.


Multicultural Literature Through The Magic Of Storytelling, Mary K. Chartier Jan 1991

Multicultural Literature Through The Magic Of Storytelling, Mary K. Chartier

Theses Digitization Project

Creative dynamics and literature.


Reading To Children: Core Literature Units For Kindergarten And First Grade, Susan S. Abel Jan 1989

Reading To Children: Core Literature Units For Kindergarten And First Grade, Susan S. Abel

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No abstract provided.


A Study To Determine The Relationship Between Interest As Measured By A Student Interest Inventory And Recreational Nonfiction Books Checked Out Of The Library Media Center By Intermediate Grade Students At Sunnyside Elementary School, North Clackamas School District Number 12, Clackamas, Oregon, Larry Charles Leedy Jan 1982

A Study To Determine The Relationship Between Interest As Measured By A Student Interest Inventory And Recreational Nonfiction Books Checked Out Of The Library Media Center By Intermediate Grade Students At Sunnyside Elementary School, North Clackamas School District Number 12, Clackamas, Oregon, Larry Charles Leedy

Dissertations and Theses

The purpose of this study was to determine if a correlation existed between the selection of recreational nonfiction books from a school library media center by elementary school students in grades four through six and the measured interest, as generated by the Student Interest Inventory, of the students. Data for this study was collected during the period September, 1982 and April, 1983 at Sunnyside Elementary School, North Clackamas School District Number 12, Clackamas, Oregon. The raw data for the measured interest and recreational nonfiction books checked out were arranged by Dewey Decimal Classification tens. By using the Pearson product-moment correlation ...