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ERIC Number: ED019993
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Sep
Pages: 40
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Reference Count: 0
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ANALYSES OF STORIES DICTATED IN CLASSES OF THE COOPERATIVE PROJECT.
HUGHES, MARIE M.; TAYLOR, JEWELL C.
STORIES DICTATED BY STUDENTS FROM GRADES 1 AND 2 OF SCHOOLS IN A POVERTY AREA OF TUCSON, ARIZONA WERE TRANSCRIBED BY CLASSROOM TEACHERS AND ARE REPRODUCED WITH ACCOMPANYING SEMANTIC ANALYSES. ANALYZED FOR BASIC PREDICATION FORMS AND MAJOR FORM-CLASS CONCEPTS WHICH ARE CONTAINED IN THEM, THE STORIES ARE PRESENTED TO SHOW (1) DIFFERENCES IN THE DEGREE OF LANGUAGE CONTROL DEMONSTRATED AMONG INDIVIDUAL CHILDREN, (2) VARYING SKILLS IN LABELING, (3) INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN THE ABILITY TO ORGANIZE AN EXPERIENCE INTELLECTUALLY AND TO MAKE VERBAL ASSOCIATION WITH OTHER SIMILAR EXPERIENCES, (4) RANGE IN LANGUAGE CONTROL DENOTING INTELLECTUAL ORGANIZATION, (5) GROWTH FROM CONCRETE TO ABSTRACT EXPRESSION, AND (6) INDICATION OF DEGREE OF INDIVIDUAL AFFECTIVE INVOLVEMENT. THE EIGHT GROUPS OF STORIES WHICH ARE PRESENTED ARE SELECTED FROM AUTUMN AND SPRING STORIES DICTATED BY STUDENTS FROM FIRST AND SECOND GRADE CLASSROOMS OF SCHOOLS IN (1) A LESS PRIVILEGED NEIGHBORHOOD OF A GENERAL POVERTY AREA AND (2) A RELATIVELY MORE PRIVILEGED NEIGHBORHOOD OF A GENERAL POVERTY AREA. SUMMARY COMMENTS BASED ON THE INDIVIDUAL ANALYSES ARE PRESENTED AT THE CONCLUSION OF EACH GROUP OF STORIES. (JS)
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Identifiers: ARIZONA; Arizona (Tucson); UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA