Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. William H. Thompson
Dr. Francis M. Hurst
Dr. Stewart J. Briggs
Dr. Joseph G. Dunn
From the very first symbol drawn upon the ground to the contemporary complicated system of communication, spelling has been a problem. The conveyance of an idea by writing has given the individual a means of expression to his fellow man, and has given the culture of the nation a method of carrying its discoveries to other groups. This study was prompted by the need for further understanding of the relationship of phonics to spelling ability.
Knicely, Robert S., "Correlations Between Spelling and Phonetic Usage at the Third Grade Level" (1956). Student Work. 2456.
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