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Relationship Between Perceptual Mode And Reading Ability In College Students Enrolled In A Reading Improvement Program, Mildred Norene Higgins Jun 1967

Relationship Between Perceptual Mode And Reading Ability In College Students Enrolled In A Reading Improvement Program, Mildred Norene Higgins

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study (1) to determine the relationship between mode of visual perceptual discrimination and the ability to benefit from a college program in reading improvement and (2) to determine the relationship between mode of visual perceptual discrimination and ability to read prior to participation in the reading improvement program.


A Comparison Of Word Attack Skills Presented In S.R.A. Reading Laboratory With Word Attack Skills Presented In Two Basal Reading Programs, Ginn And Scott, Foresman, Rosemary C. Faust Aug 1965

A Comparison Of Word Attack Skills Presented In S.R.A. Reading Laboratory With Word Attack Skills Presented In Two Basal Reading Programs, Ginn And Scott, Foresman, Rosemary C. Faust

All Master's Theses

This study was conducted in an effort to compare the word attack skills presented in S.R.A. Reading Laboratory I and S.R.A. Reading Laboratory Ib with word attack skills presented in two second grade basal reading programs, Ginn, grade 2, and Scott, Foresman. The purpose of the study was to determine whether S.R.A. Reading laboratories I and Ib would be of value as a supplement to either or both basal reading programs.


A Combination Approach To The Teaching Of Reading, Carroll B. Marchant Aug 1965

A Combination Approach To The Teaching Of Reading, Carroll B. Marchant

All Master's Theses

It was the intent of this study to verify the writer's hypothesis that significant progress in reading can be obtained through a combination of the individualized and the basic text approach to reading.


A Correlation Study Of The Sixth Grade Verbal School And College Ability Test With Eighth Grade Reading Achievement, Claude E. Yule Aug 1965

A Correlation Study Of The Sixth Grade Verbal School And College Ability Test With Eighth Grade Reading Achievement, Claude E. Yule

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to compare the test scores of one group of children who took the verbal ability section of the sixth grade School and College Ability Test (SCAT) with the test scores of the same group of children on the eighth grade reading Sequential Test of Educational Progress (STEP) and to determine the degree of relationship between the tests.


A Comparison Of The Interclass And Intraclass Procedures Of Grouping For Reading Instruction, Edward B. Faust Jun 1965

A Comparison Of The Interclass And Intraclass Procedures Of Grouping For Reading Instruction, Edward B. Faust

All Master's Theses

One purpose of this study is to compare two reading programs using the interclass procedures of grouping and the traditional intraclass plan of grouping. A second purpose is to compare the results of the reading achievement scores, of both groups, over a period of three years.


Criteria For Evaluating A Good Reading Program For Grades Five Through Eight From Research And Literature As They Apply To Battle Ground, Washington, Charles D. Strunk Aug 1964

Criteria For Evaluating A Good Reading Program For Grades Five Through Eight From Research And Literature As They Apply To Battle Ground, Washington, Charles D. Strunk

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to develop criteria that will help Battle Ground schools in planning their fifth through eighth grade reading program.


A Study Of The Relationship Between Children’S Reading Ability And Their Physical Motor Competencies, Larry F. Hinchen Aug 1962

A Study Of The Relationship Between Children’S Reading Ability And Their Physical Motor Competencies, Larry F. Hinchen

All Master's Theses

This study, through controlled experimentation, will attempt to illustrate that physical education may have a favorable influence on reading achievement.


A Comparative Study Of Two Methods Of Teaching Reading, Alan R. Bergstrom Aug 1961

A Comparative Study Of Two Methods Of Teaching Reading, Alan R. Bergstrom

All Master's Theses

One purpose of this study was to compare a reading program taught using a basic reading text, supplemental books, and teacher motivation to a reading program designed as an independent, developmental, multi-level program that utilizes graphic and ego motivation. Another purpose was to find out if pupils in the program will show a significantly greater gain in reading achievement than do pupils in the other.


A Comparative Study Of The Effect Of Teacher Stimulation On The Amount Of Reading Done By A Fifth Grade Class, Chesley Charles Packer Aug 1958

A Comparative Study Of The Effect Of Teacher Stimulation On The Amount Of Reading Done By A Fifth Grade Class, Chesley Charles Packer

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was (1) to determine if a classroom teacher could effect an increase in interest in independent reading shown by an intermediate level class through an intensified program of stimulation as measured against the reading interests evidenced by a comparable class not receiving the extra stimulation, and (2) to determine to what extent if any this stimulation of reading interests affected reading ability as measured by a standardized reading achievement test.


A Survey Of Beginning Intermediate Grade Teacher Needs In Teaching Reading, Victor Royce Bolon Jun 1958

A Survey Of Beginning Intermediate Grade Teacher Needs In Teaching Reading, Victor Royce Bolon

All Master's Theses

Much concern has been expressed over whether or not the schools are doing an adequate job of teaching reading. This problem can best be attacked in one of two ways. It can be approached through a study of the teacher or of the pupil. Since a multitude of studies have been made concerning student needs and inadequacies in reading this study will concern itself with the teacher, his needs and his inadequacies in teaching reading.


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.