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The Effect of Environmental Conditions Upon Study in the First Grade

Description: The problem under consideration is to determine the effect of certain prevailing environmental conditions of a distracting nature upon the process of study in the first grade. The conditions selected, those which are common to the schoolroom or home environment, were chewing gum, physical education classes, room confusion, rhythm band, singing, and recorded music. This study attempted to determine to what degree, if any, each of these distracting environmental conditions affect the process of study in the first grade.
Date: August 1949
Creator: Biggerstaff, Lucille
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A Source Reference for the Study of the Petroleum Industry and its Terminology Especially for the Ector County School System

Description: The problem, to make a study of the petroleum industry in Ector County, Texas, and, in addition, a study of the terminology of this industry, was selected as a result of the realization that the major industry of the community was not understood by the teachers, and that it did not have a place in the curriculum.
Date: 1947
Creator: Smith, Evelyn M.
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An Evaluation of Methods and Objectives in Speech Teaching

Description: The problem of this thesis is to determine whether speech teachers' objectives and methods are in line with educational objectives and certain sound psychological practices and whether speech training has made any contribution to the general education of the ninth grade students in the Odessa Junior High School.
Date: 1947
Creator: Jinkins, Imogene
Partner: UNT Libraries