A Comparative Study of the Philosophy of Certain Authors Relative to Reading Readiness

A Comparative Study of the Philosophy of Certain Authors Relative to Reading Readiness

Date: August 1953
Creator: Stockstill, Zana
Description: The problem of this investigation is to determine the amount of agreement or disagreement in the philosophies of certain authors relative to reading readiness in the first grade. Comparative data are included on evidences of the need for reading-readiness program, major factors involved, and desirable types of activities. The purpose of the study is to determine the apparent agreement or disparity found in current educational literature.
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A Study to Determine if there are Significant Interacting Physical, Mental, and Emotional Factors Developed by Parents of Sherman, Texas, which Influence Readiness for Beginning Reading

A Study to Determine if there are Significant Interacting Physical, Mental, and Emotional Factors Developed by Parents of Sherman, Texas, which Influence Readiness for Beginning Reading

Date: August 1950
Creator: Kelley, Clella D.
Description: The purpose of the study is to approach the problem from a practical and workable angle in determining which definite and significant influences have been of benefit to the first-grade pupils of Sherman, Texas, in preparing them for reading readiness.
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An Evaluation of the Activity Program in the First Grade

An Evaluation of the Activity Program in the First Grade

Date: August 1939
Creator: Smith, Katie Watson
Description: A study to determine whether an activity program can be carried on under adverse conditions in a first grade classroom.
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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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An Evaluation of Audio-Visual Instruction in Low-First Grade Reading

An Evaluation of Audio-Visual Instruction in Low-First Grade Reading

Date: 1947
Creator: Keith, Flora Fay
Description: The problem of this investigation was two fold: first, to obtain information on available auditory and visual aids adaptable to teaching reading on the low-first-grade level; and second, to determine the progress in general reading efficiency of three groups of beginning readers who were taught by three different methods.
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Relation Between a Child's Freedom for Personal Development in the Home and His Social Success in School

Relation Between a Child's Freedom for Personal Development in the Home and His Social Success in School

Date: 1941
Creator: Wilkins, Bess Reddell
Description: This study examines the relationship between whether the level of independence a first-grade age child was permitted at home influenced his social behavior at school.
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The Effect of Certain Materials on Intelligence and Achievement

The Effect of Certain Materials on Intelligence and Achievement

Date: 1950
Creator: Simons, Berta Stephens
Description: The problem in this experiment is to try to determine if the use of certain materials during the first semester of the first school year of a group of children will cause the intelligence quotients and achievements of these children to improve.
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A Comparative Study of Achievement Made in a Phonetic and Non-Phonetic Approach to Reading and Spelling in Two First Grades

A Comparative Study of Achievement Made in a Phonetic and Non-Phonetic Approach to Reading and Spelling in Two First Grades

Date: 1950
Creator: Lemley, Mavarine
Description: The problem set forth in this investigation is to determine which of the two methods is more effective in teaching reading and spelling in the first grade. Recent investigations would lead one to believe that a phonetic approach to reading and spelling is more effective than the non-phonetic approach.
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An Evaluation of Filmstrips in the Teaching of Reading in the First Grade in Tom Bean, Texas.

An Evaluation of Filmstrips in the Teaching of Reading in the First Grade in Tom Bean, Texas.

Date: 1951
Creator: Odle, Neva S.
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of the use of filmstrips as an aid in teaching reading to a group of first grade children in the Tom Bean Consolidated School. A further purpose, and probably the most important as it deals with the ultimate objective of education, is the effect that visual aid has upon the behavior of boys and girls.
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The Relationship between Social Maturity and Personality of Primary Pupils in Eight Elementary Schools of Wichita Falls, Texas

The Relationship between Social Maturity and Personality of Primary Pupils in Eight Elementary Schools of Wichita Falls, Texas

Date: 1942
Creator: Berry, Esther M.
Description: This investigation concerned two major interests of many classroom teachers today: the pupils' social maturity and their personality. The problem was to determine the apparent relationship between these two factors in pupils of the first, second, and third grades of eight elementary schools in Wichita Falls, Texas.
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