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A Comparison of Two Methods of Teaching Writing
|dc.description.abstract||This paper describes and evaluates a project which compared two methods of teaching writing in two ninth-grade English classes at Kawananakoa Intermedia School during Fall 1973. Both classes were composed of "average" students ranked by the school as three on a scale of one (low) to five. There were twenty-five students in the "treatment" group (class A) and thirty-five in the "control" group (class B). Both classes were assigned to the author while student-teaching with Ms. Virginia Young.|
|dc.format.extent||iv, 81 pages|
|dc.publisher||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
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|dc.title||A Comparison of Two Methods of Teaching Writing|
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