Graduate Project Title
The Use of Visual Arts for the Development of Learning Activities for Teaching and as Model for Future Testing of Four Areas of Reading Comprehension
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Franklin D. Carlson
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Nancy E. Jurenka
The use of visual arts as a method for teaching vocabulary comprehension, literal comprehension, interpretive comprehension, and evaluative comprehension was investigated. Literature was cited on individuals and programs using visual arts as a method of teaching reading. Visual art related learning activities were developed from this information for use by classroom teachers and for future testing.
Wright, Thomas S., "The Use of Visual Arts for the Development of Learning Activities for Teaching and as Model for Future Testing of Four Areas of Reading Comprehension" (1994). All Graduate Projects. 443.
Art Education Commons, Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Methods Commons, Language and Literacy Education Commons
Please note: Project scan is missing ch 2-3 (pp. 5-29) and references, appendix, table of contents.