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A Study Of The Effects Of Writing Instruction Versus Writing And Reading Instruction On 10th Grade English Students, Patricia E.G. Craig Jun 1988

A Study Of The Effects Of Writing Instruction Versus Writing And Reading Instruction On 10th Grade English Students, Patricia E.G. Craig

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The effects of writing instruction as opposed to writing and reading instruction were studied on 10th grade English students’ reading comprehension and writing. Two groups (classes) completed pretests and pre-sample writing. Then, both groups were given writing instruction while only one group was given related reading skills instruction. Finally, both groups completed posttests and post-sample writings.

An analysis of covariance of the pre-and posttest data was done. It revealed no significant difference between the two groups related to reading comprehension. However, a significant difference existed between the two groups related to language expression (editing skills or writing sub-skills). The ...


Ua94/7/2 Mary Grise Scrapbook, Mary Grise Jan 1954

Ua94/7/2 Mary Grise Scrapbook, Mary Grise

Student/Alumni Personal Papers

Scrapbook created by Mary Grise regarding events of her life as a high school student in 1953-1954. She participated in theatre, tennis, public speaking and musical events and competitions. The scrapbook contains clippings, mementos, programs and essays.