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ERIC Number: ED010330
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 55
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Reference Count: 0
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AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE GROUP VERSUS THE ONE-TO-ONE INSTRUCTIONAL RELATIONSHIP IN FIRST GRADE BASAL READING PROGRAMS.
MACDONALD, JAMES B.; AND OTHERS
THE RELATIONSHIP OF TWO PATTERNS OF INSTRUCTION TO VARIOUS ASPECTS OF BEGINNING READING INSTRUCTION WAS STUDIED. THESE ASPECTS INCLUDED (1) READING ACHIEVEMENT, (2) SCHOOL-RELATED ATTITUDES, (3) SOCIOMETRIC CHOICES, (4) SCHOOL-RELATED ANXIETY, AND (5) TEACHER AWARENESS. THE 10 EXPERIMENTAL AND 10 CONTROL GROUPS WERE PRETESTED WITH THE METROPOLITAN READINESS AND PINTNER-CUNNINGHAM TESTS. THE EXPERIMENTAL TREATMENT CONSISTED OF THE USE OF THE ONE-TO-ONE PROCEDURE WHILE THE CONTROL GROUP USED THE TRADITIONAL BASAL READING THREE-GROUP PROCEDURE. RESULTS OF THE STUDY INDICATED THAT NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES EXISTED BETWEEN THE TWO GROUPS IN READING ACHIEVEMENT, PUPIL SCHOOL-RELATED ANXIETY OR TEACHER KNOWLEDGE OF PUPIL ACHIEVEMENT. SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES FAVORING THE EXPERIMENTAL GROUP WERE FOUND ON MEASURES OF PUPIL ATTITUDE TOWARD READING AND ON THE PATTERN OF PUPIL FRIENDSHIP CHOICES. (RS)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. School of Education.
Identifiers: MADISON; WISCONSIN