Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Doris E. Jakubek
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Wells A. McInelly
The ability to read is no longer limited to the literal meaning of the word, but is increasingly dependent upon the reader's ability to recognize the style of writing, so that he knows whether to apply denotative or connotative meanings to what he is reading. Because reading needs have changed and will continue to change as rapidly as our culture changes, it is necessary to continuously develop and improve reading skills. The purpose of this study is to: (1) enumerate the reading study skills needed by college students, (2) describe the details of a reading study skills program, (3) and to list materials needed for that program.
Rasmussen, La Ree C., "A Reading Study Skills Course for a Community College" (1971). All Master's Theses. 1677.
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