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ERIC Number: ED012232
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 161
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Reference Count: 0
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A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF A FIRST GRADE LISTENING INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM UPON ACHIEVEMENT IN LISTENING AND READING.
KELLOGG, RALPH EDWARD
A FIRST-GRADE LISTENING SKILLS PROGRAM WAS DESIGNED TO BE TAUGHT AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE LANGUAGE ARTS PROGRAM AND TO IMPROVE ACHIEVEMENT IN LISTENING AND READING. THE COMPONENTS AND GUIDELINES FOR THE EXPERIMENT ARE SPECIFIED. THIRTY-THREE CLASSROOMS IN 22 ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY PARTICIPATED. THE TREATMENT GROUPS WERE A TRADITIONAL APPROACH AND AN EXPERIENCE APPROACH. WITHIN EACH TREATMENT GROUP 40 STRUCTURED OR UNSTRUCTURED LITERATURE LISTENING LESSONS OF 20 MINUTES EACH WERE TAUGHT. A POST-TEST ONLY CONTROL DESIGN WAS UTILIZED. ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE WAS USED TO ANALYZE THE DATA. THE PINTNER-CUNNINGHAM PRIMARY INTELLIGENCE TEST, THE STANFORD ACHIEVEMENT TEST, AND THE WRIGHT LISTENING COMPREHENSION TEST WERE ADMINISTERED. TEACHERS EVALUATED THE LESSON PLANS. THE STRUCTURED PROGRAM WITHIN THE TRADITIONAL GROUP CAUSED A SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE IN ALL LISTENING AND READING ACHIEVEMENT FOR BOYS, TIED ONLY IN LISTENING VOCABULARY FOR GIRLS. THE STRUCTURED PROGRAM IN THE LANGUAGE EXPERIENCE GROUP SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECTED TOTAL LISTENING ACHIEVEMENT AND READING VOCABULARY FOR BOTH BOYS AND GIRLS. OTHER RESULTS, CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, LIMITATIONS, APPENDIXES, TABLES, FIGURES, AND A BIBLIOGRAPHY ARE INCLUDED. (BK)
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Authoring Institution: San Diego County Dept. of Education, CA.
Identifiers: California (San Diego)