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Incorporating Programming In A Course Of Family Life Education, Clarice Lorraine Schorzman Aug 1969

Incorporating Programming In A Course Of Family Life Education, Clarice Lorraine Schorzman

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this project (1) to develop a course of study incorporating the use of programmed instruction and small group discussion in a classroom situation, (2) to compare the progress of the class using the programmed instruction with a control class using the same unit plan but without programming, and (3) to draw conclusions as to the feasibility of using programmed instruction in teaching personal and family relationships at the ninth grade level.


A Survey Of Senior Girls’ Attitudes Toward The Home Economics Program At Mark Morris Senior High School In Longview, Washington, Arlis Fulgham Aug 1968

A Survey Of Senior Girls’ Attitudes Toward The Home Economics Program At Mark Morris Senior High School In Longview, Washington, Arlis Fulgham

All Master's Theses

All girls in the State of Washington are required to take one year of homemaking as ninth, tenth, eleventh, or twelfth graders for high school graduation. As a general rule, students take ninth grade homemaking to get the requirement out of the way. This attitude on the part of students is of concern to many homemaking teachers and supervisors. Whether this attitude is influenced by parents, counselors, homemaking teachers, or fellow students is difficult to say. This study is concerned with students' attitudes toward the homemaking program which is offered to them. This study is also concerned with who influences ...


A Study In The Use Of Programmed Instruction In Family Life Education, Myrna Joyce Eberly Jun 1968

A Study In The Use Of Programmed Instruction In Family Life Education, Myrna Joyce Eberly

All Master's Theses

This thesis will represent a report and evaluation of teaching an experimental nineteen-day unit in personal and family relationships at the ninth grade level at Curtis Junior-Senior High School, Tacoma, Washington, during November and December, 1967.