|PE3999 Aldrich||Two contrasted methods of teaching English composition.||1|
An investigation of the factors conditioning success in teaching English.
A study of errors in composition in the University of Chicago high school.
|PE3999 Aucoin||The sociohistorical and linguistic development of African American English in Virginia and South Carolina /||1|
|PE3999 Bardovi-Harlig||A functional approach to English sentence stress /||1|
|PE3999 Bradley||Diagnostic and remedial measures relating to linguistic disabilities.||1|
|PE3999 Brawer||Aspects of dramatic art in the Middle English cycle plays.||1|
|PE3999 Brooks||The use of rules in the teaching of spelling.||1|
|PE3999 Butler||Nature of the content of third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade readers.||1|
|PE3999 Butterworth||The ability of elementary-school children to use a dictionary.||1|
|PE3999 Chamberlain||The laboratory versus the recitation method of teaching English composition to groups of low ability.||1|
|PE3999 Charney||The development of personal pronouns /||1|
|PE3999 Condit||The relation between attainment in language and general scholastic success.||1|
|PE3999 Corcoran||An experiment in correlating English composition with curriculum activities.||1|
|PE3999 Creswell||Usage in dictionaries and dictionaries of usage.||1|
|PE3999 Dagley||The comparative value of French and Latin in the study of the English vocabulary.||1|
|PE3999 Dainora||An empirically based probabilistic model of intonation in American English /||1|
|PE3999 Dannettelle||Correlation between written and oral English composition.||1|
The literature of advanced school readers in the United States, 1785-1900 ...
The literature of advanced school readers in the United States, 1785-1900.
The phonology of Yiddish-American speech.
|PE3999 Davison||Performative verbs, adverbs and felicity conditions: an inquiry into the nature of performative verbs.||1|
|PE3999 Dickson||The present status of instruction in phonics as revealed in eighteen reading manuals.||1|
|PE3999 Diesing||The significance of the McGuffey readers in American literary history: a critical survey.||1|
|PE3999 Dixon||Syntactic indexes and student writing performance.||1|
|PE3999 Ducker||The present status of the teaching of phonics as shown by an analysis of eighteen reading manuals ...||1|
|PE3999 Duckett||A comparative study of two contrasting types of language-composition instruction, instruction based on functional centers of expression and instruction based on rhetorical centers of expression.||1|
|PE3999 Enochs||Measuring the ability to write.||1|
|PE3999 Faucett||The Revision of scientific language principles for oriental application in the teaching of English ... /||1|
|PE3999 Fennell||An analytical study of the vocabularies used in primary readers.||1|
|PE3999 Foster||Linguistic and rhetorical aspects of adult compositions.||1|
|PE3999 Fox||The rhetorical function of medieval verse conventions in Tudor drama, ca. 1485-1570.||1|
|PE3999 Frazer||The dialect subareas of the Illinois midland.||1|
|PE3999 Gavin||An experiment in measuring achievement in college composition in relation to the effect of a semester's course in writing practice.||1|
|PE3999 Goble||Quantitative analysis of present practice with respect to the teaching of English work in high schools.||1|
|PE3999 Gosser||Some studies in the vocabulary of Old English.||1|
|PE3999 Gross||John Constable's Reflections upon accuracy of style.||1|
|PE3999 Gruber||A linguistic and ethnographic analysis of apology narratives performed in the context of federal sentencing hearings / by Mary Catherine Gruber.||1|
|PE3999 Hanna||A critical study of the English in the curricula of the teachers colleges of Wisconsin.||1|
|PE3999 Harford||An experiment in correlating English with content subjects.||1|
The development of language ability during the elementary school period.
Discrimination of word meanings in the fourth and sixth grades.
|PE3999 Harvey||Iambic pentameter from Shakespeare to Browning /||1|
Characteristic features of New Mexico English between 1805 and 1890.
Characteristic features of New Mexico English between 1805 and 1890 ... /
|PE3999 Herndobler||White working-class speech : the east side of Chicago /||1|
|PE3999 Horner||The laboratory versus the recitation method of teaching English composition to groups of mixed ability.||1|
|PE3999 Hughes||Rate of acquisition of an English-speaking vocabulary by Spanish-speaking children.||1|
|PE3999 Huglin||An analysis of the content of grammar in high schools.||1|
|PE3999 Hunter||The American colloquial idiom, 1830-1860.||1|
|PE3999 Isidro||The development of written English expression of Filipino children.||1|
|PE3999 Isidro y Santos||The development of written English expression of Filipino children ...||1|
English expression : a junior college curriculum study ... /
Phonetic alphabets and phonetic texts as evidence of American pronunciation before 1850.
A study of errors in English composition ...
|PE3999 Kearins||Laboratory versus recitation method of teaching English composition /||1|
Americanisms in early American newspapers.
Americanisms in early American newspapers,
|PE3999 Kenny||Instruction in remedial English : a suggested program based on an analysis of certain English-usage difficulties among students in Chicago public high schools and colleges.||1|
|PE3999 Kim||Factors affecting the difficulty of phoneme identification : the case of Korean children learning ESL /||1|
|PE3999 Kleiman||Drill in representative junior high school language textbooks.||1|
The grammar of the Mercian dialect.
A grammar of the Mercian dialect,
|PE3999 Lambert||Studies in the relationship of thought and syntax in colloquial English ... /||1|
|PE3999 Laughlin||The American with his dictionary : a historical survey of lexicographical criticism in the United States /||1|
|PE3999 LeGrand||Or and any : the semantics and syntax of two logical operators.||1|
|PE3999 Levi||The syntax and semantics of nonpredicating adjectives in English /||1|
|PE3999 Long||Studies in the vocabulary of Ohio 1837 to 1847.||1|
|PE3999 Lyman||English grammar in American schools before 1850 ...||1|