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An Analysis of Some of Browning's Major Characters.

An Analysis of Some of Browning's Major Characters.

Date: August 1936
Creator: Kincaid, Elizabeth
Description: This study aimed to show the variety and skill of Browning's portrayal of character and to prove that the unifying forces in his treatment of character is the development of the poet himself.
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An Analysis of Twelve Courses of Study in Physical Education for Junior and Senior High School Boys

An Analysis of Twelve Courses of Study in Physical Education for Junior and Senior High School Boys

Date: August 1936
Creator: Cooper, William A.
Description: The purpose of this study was to analyze twelve courses of study in physical education for boys in junior and senior high schools. Based on the analysis and the evidence presented, the study substantiated the lack of uniformity of the essential phases of the physical education program.
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A Chemical Analysis of the Soils of Denton County, Texas

A Chemical Analysis of the Soils of Denton County, Texas

Date: August 1936
Creator: Wilson, Curtis
Description: The purpose of this study was to analyze the different soils in Denton, Texas. For the purpose of this study, the soils of Denton County are divided into three general groups with respect to origin: 1)those formed in place by the weathering of consolidated rocks, 2) those formed from the weathering of unconsolidated rocks, and 3) alluvial soils. A chemical analysis of representative samples of Bell Clay, Kirvin fine sandy loam, and San Saba clay has been made, and shown to have a strict correlation with their respective geological origins.
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A Complete Chemical Analysis of Samples Taken from the Three Artesian Waters of Denton County

A Complete Chemical Analysis of Samples Taken from the Three Artesian Waters of Denton County

Date: August 1936
Creator: Allen, John William
Description: The purpose of this study was to determine the chemical content of Denton County's (Texas) water. Based on the analysis of the three samples, the water of Denton County is classed as poor for irrigation.
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A correlation of the Edaphic Factors with the Vegetation of the Woodbine sands, Denton County, Texas

A correlation of the Edaphic Factors with the Vegetation of the Woodbine sands, Denton County, Texas

Date: August 1936
Creator: Graham, H. L.
Description: The purpose of this study was to correlate the Vegetation of the Woodbine Sands with the edaphic factors. In the laboratory an analysis of the edephic factors was made of the twenty-two soil types collected from the three formations. The results of these and other analysis are shown in tables and graphs. The results indicate that the vegetational cover of an area that is uniform in its origin and in its resident soil factors is determined by the edaphic factors present.
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Determining Student Reaction To A Modified Activity Program In The Detroit Texas School

Determining Student Reaction To A Modified Activity Program In The Detroit Texas School

Date: August 1936
Creator: Robinson, Hoyt Ellsworth
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine some reaction of students from grades five through eleven of the Detroit, Texas Public School to a modified activity program. The sources of the data were educational literature, a questionaire that was adminstered to the group,and results secured from the use of the New Stanford Achievement Test.
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The Effect of the Specific Teaching of Mathematical Concepts in Second Year Algebra

The Effect of the Specific Teaching of Mathematical Concepts in Second Year Algebra

Date: August 1936
Creator: Gross, John Milton
Description: The purpose of this study was to correlate the Vegetation of the Woodbine Sands with the edaphic factors. In the laboratory an analysis of the edephic factors was made of the twenty-two soil types collected from the three formations. The results of these and other analysis are shown in tables and graphs. The results indicate that the vegetational cover of an area that is uniform in its origin and in its resident soil factors is determined by the edaphic factors present.
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Evidences of the Need of Scientific Speech Training in the Elementary Grades of the Independent School Districts of Denton County with a Suggested Program of Oral Reading

Evidences of the Need of Scientific Speech Training in the Elementary Grades of the Independent School Districts of Denton County with a Suggested Program of Oral Reading

Date: August 1936
Creator: Henderson, Kathleen Tobin
Description: The purpose of this study was to ascertain the need of scientific speech training in the elementary grades of the Independent School Districts of Denton County. The analysis of data reveals a dire need for speech correction and other phases of speech training.
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How the Child's Social Needs are Being Met in some First Grades of North Texas

How the Child's Social Needs are Being Met in some First Grades of North Texas

Date: August 1936
Creator: Gardner, Mary Frances
Description: This study undertook to present and evaluate the ways in which the social needs of the first-grade child are being met by teachers in North Texas. Based on the data presented in the study, eleven definite conclusions have been drawn.
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Moisture Relations of the Soils of Denton County

Moisture Relations of the Soils of Denton County

Date: August 1936
Creator: Laufer, Hymie.
Description: In this research, study was made of representative soils of denton County (Texas) with the aim of correlating various soil-moisture factors through experimental analyses. Two accepted hypotheses of soil-moisture relations have been substantiated by experiment with Denton County soils.
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