A Comparative Study of Phonetic Analysis Skills Presented in Two Basic Series of Primary Readers
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
Agnes M. Levorsen
Loretta M. Miller
Jettye Fern Grant
This study had the twofold purpose of (l) gaining an overall picture of phonetic analysis skills (at the primary level) of two series of basic readers, and (2) learning where and what phonetic analysis skills are presented at the various levels of each series. The Scott, Foresman and Ginn readers were selected for the comparison as they are the basic and readers were selected for the comparison as they are the basic and co-basic readers, respectively, in the school district of the writer.
O'Neill, Roberta Caldwell, "A Comparative Study of Phonetic Analysis Skills Presented in Two Basic Series of Primary Readers" (1961). Graduate Student Research Papers. 193.
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