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ERIC Number: ED012583
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 13
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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WRITING SKILLS--ARE LARGE CLASSES CONDUCTIVE TO EFFECTIVE LEARNING.
HOPPER, HAROLD H.; KELLER, HELEN
BY A STRATIFIED RANDOM SAMPLING, 274 STUDENTS WERE ASSIGNED TO THREE SECTIONS OF 56 STUDENTS EACH AND FOUR SECTIONS OF 28 STUDENTS. EVALUATION OF THE INSTRUCTION IN THE LARGE AND SMALL GROUPS INVOLVED ANALYSIS OF TWO ESSAYS AND INSTRUCTOR-STUDENT EVALUATIONS. WHILE THERE WAS SOME VARIATION IN STUDENT PREFERENCES, THE RESULTS OF THE PRETEST AND THE POST-TEST SHOW THAT, GIVEN THE SAME QUALITY OF INSTRUCTORS, PROGRAM, AND STUDENTS INVOLVED IN THIS EXPERIMENT, CLASS SIZE UP TO 56 DOES NOT SEEM TO BE A SIGNIFICANT VARIABLE IN THE LEARNING OF WRITING SKILLS. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: Indian River Junior Coll., Fort Pierce, FL.
Identifiers: California (Fort Pierce)