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ERIC Number: ED015106
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 1
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RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF READING READINESS FACTORS AS PERCEIVED BY VARIOUS TEACHER GROUPS.
ANDERSON, HARRY E.; AND OTHERS
EIGHT READING READINESS FACTORS WERE EXAMINED WITH REGARD TO THEIR IMPORTANCE AS PERCEIVED BY MALE AND FEMALE TEACHERS WITH ELEMENTARY EXPERIENCE (ELEM), SECONDARY EXPERIENCE (NOELEM), AND NO EXPERIENCE (NOTEACH). EACH OF THE GROUPS WAS ABLE TO RANK THE FACTORS WITH SOME SIGNIFICANT CONSISTENCY, ALTHOUGH WITHIN-GROUP VARIATION WAS LARGE. HIGH RANKS BY THE ELEM GROUP WERE GIVEN TO MENTAL AGE, BACKGROUND OF EXPERIENCE, AND EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT. HEALTH, HEARING, AND SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT RECEIVED LOW RANKINGS. THE NOELEM GROUP RANKED VISION AND BACKGROUND HIGH AND RANKED HEALTH, HEARING, AND SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT LOW. EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT, MENTAL AGE, AND VISION WERE RANKED HIGH BY THE NOTEACH GROUP WHO RANKED HEARING AND SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT LOW. REFERENCES ARE PROVIDED. THIS ARTICLE IS A REPRINT FROM "PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS," VOLUME 24, 1967. (AUTHOR)
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