Document Type

Thesis

Date of Degree Completion

1968

Degree Name

Master of Science (MS)

Department

Education

Committee Chair

Walter L. LaDue

Second Committee Member

Durward A. Porter

Third Committee Member

Hazel B. Dunnington

Abstract

It was the purpose of the study (1) to compare the ability in expressive language of a group of Fifth, Sixth and Seventh grade Students before introducing the Treanor Method and after their working with it for a nine week period, and (2) to measure reading vocabulary in an effort to determine the amount of gain, if any, through the use of this method. The main question the study attempted to answer was: Will there be a change in creative writing ability after an intensive training program using the Treanor techniques with a group of children with language difficulties?

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