An Experimental Study to Determine the Effect of an Individualized Approach to a Second-Grade Traditional Spelling Program
Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Education in Elementary Education
Childhood Education and Family Studies
Elementary Education and Teaching
This study was undertaken to determine if the incorporation of individualized instruction would have an effect upon the spelling achievement of second-grade students. Two intact second-grade classes from two similar school districts were used in the study. One second-grade class received individualized instruction in addition to the district's curriculum series while the other second-grade class received only traditional textbook instruction. A pretest consisting of seventy-five words was administered to both the control group and the experimental group in this study. Both groups were also administered a posttest at the completion of the study.
© Barbara Jean Badley
Badley, Barbara Jean, "An Experimental Study to Determine the Effect of an Individualized Approach to a Second-Grade Traditional Spelling Program" (1990). MSU Graduate Theses. 451.