Year of Award
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Doctor of Education (EdD)
Department or School/College
School of Education
George H. Millis
English language Orthography and spelling., English language Study and teaching (Elementary)
University of Montana
The basic purpose of this study was to investigate three programs of elementary school spelling. In particular, emphasis was placed upon studying the results of the three programs as to student achievement in grades three, four, and five, through the utilization of the California Test of Basic Skills. An analysis of co-variance method was used to treat the data since with this method post-test means can be adjusted to account for initial differences in the data. In addition, attitudes were measured by using an objective and projective instrument.
McAloon, Mary Lee, "A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THREE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SPELLING PROGRAMS" (1975). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 9928.
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