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Scientific determination of the content of the elementary school course in reading

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Statementby Willis Lemon Uhl.
SeriesUniversity of Wisconsin studies in the social sciences and history,, no. 4
LC ClassificationsLB1573 .U5
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Excerpt from Scientific Determination of the Content of the Elementary School Course in Reading: A Dissertation Submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Arts and Literature in Candidacy for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy I.

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Madison: [University of Wisconsin], (OCoLC) Online version: Uhl, Willis L. (Willis Lemon), Scientific determination of the content of the elementary school course in reading. Madison: [University of Wisconsin], (OCoLC) Scientific determination of the content of the elementary school course in reading, By Willis L.

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(Willis Lemon) Uhl. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Reading (Elementary), Reading (Elementary) Publisher: Madison, Year: OAI. the general reading skills, teachers speed up to teach new subjects and these students are neglected. The second reason is that the reading processes of poor readers are not addressed in the following grades [24].

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