The GREGG Shorthand Manual Simplified

Filename: the-gregg-shorthand-manual-simplified.pdf
ISBN: 0070245487
Release Date: 1955-06-22
Number of pages: 320
Author: John Robert Gregg
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Prof Med/Tech

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Gregg shorthand manual simplified

Filename: gregg-shorthand-manual-simplified.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39076006574052
Release Date: 1949
Number of pages: 436
Author: Louis A. Leslie
Publisher:

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Directed Homework in Gregg Shorthand Simplified

Filename: directed-homework-in-gregg-shorthand-simplified.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105049332815
Release Date: 1955
Number of pages:
Author: I. H. Young
Publisher:

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Graded Transcribing Tests in Gregg Shorthand Simplified For Use with Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified and Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified Functional Method

Filename: graded-transcribing-tests-in-gregg-shorthand-simplified-for-use-with-gregg-shorthand-manual-simplified-and-gregg-shorthand-manual-simplified-functional-method.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:562090249
Release Date: 1950
Number of pages:
Author: Louis A. Leslie
Publisher:

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Most Used Shorthand Words and Phases

Filename: most-used-shorthand-words-and-phases.pdf
ISBN: 1494015730
Release Date: 2013-10
Number of pages: 130
Author: John Robert Gregg
Publisher:

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Most used Shorthand Words and Phrases Classified According to the Lessons in the Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified

Filename: most-used-shorthand-words-and-phrases-classified-according-to-the-lessons-in-the-gregg-shorthand-manual-simplified.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:315039250
Release Date: 1961
Number of pages: 160
Author: John Robert Gregg
Publisher:

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University of Michigan Official Publication

Filename: university-of-michigan-official-publication.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015078933747
Release Date: 1950
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Publisher: UM Libraries

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The Effectiveness of Introducing Regular Dictation of Unpracticed Material Before the Completion of Gregg Shorthand Theory

Filename: the-effectiveness-of-introducing-regular-dictation-of-unpracticed-material-before-the-completion-of-gregg-shorthand-theory.pdf
ISBN: OCLC:6303211
Release Date: 1967
Number of pages: 144
Author: Stanley Jack Baird
Publisher:

Download and read online The Effectiveness of Introducing Regular Dictation of Unpracticed Material Before the Completion of Gregg Shorthand Theory in PDF and EPUB The purpose of this study was to test, by means of a controlled classroom experiment, the effectiveness of an experimental method involving the introduction of regular dictation of unpracticed material beginning with Lesson 25 in the Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified, Second Edition, by Gregg, Leslie, and Zoubek. The study involved one major hypothesis: the introduction of regular and frequent dictation of unpracticed material beginning with the 25th lesson in a beginning high school class in Gregg Shorthand will result in reaching a dictation speed of 60 words a minute with at least 95 percent accuracy in less time than if dictation of unpracticed material is delayed until all 53 theory lessons have been presented. The experiment was conducted simultaneously in four high schools. In each high school one of the two beginning shorthand classes was selected at random to serve as the experimental group and the other class served as the control group. At each school the same teacher taught both the experimental and control classes. The sample at the four high schools totaled 73 in the control classes and 55 in the experimental classes. The study measured shorthand achievement in terms of the number of periods of instruction required before the student was able to transcribe with 95 percent accuracy unpracticed material dictated at a rate of 60 words a minute for three minutes. All of the experimental classes devoted 15 minutes a period four days a week to the dictation of new material with transcription two days a week. All experimental classes used the same material for new-matter dictation. Dictation material for the first semester was so selected that students would not be required to write outlines involving shorthand theory they had not yet studied. The control classes used the same material for three-minute takes as that used by the experimental classes. Transcripts were scored according to a uniform, predetermined scoring plan. At the end of the school year, the mean number of periods of instruction received before passing the 60-word-a-minute take was computed for each class. A comparison of the means for the control and experimental classes at each school revealed a reversal effect between the results achieved at the two schools designated as School B and School D. In an effort to explain this reversal effect, the overall grade point average was secured for each student and the difference between the means was tested for statistical significance by computing the t-score with an analysis of covariance. The grade point average was considered the uncontrolled variable in this analysis. The t-scores were not statistically significant at the five-percent level except for School D. Thus, the analysis of covariance explained the reversal effect at School B but not at School D. Since the data from three out of four schools yielded t-scores which fell far short of statistical significance, the hypothesis was rejected. The study led to three conclusions: 1. The early introduction of unpracticed dictation material in beginning high school shorthand classes using the Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified, Second Edition, does not reduce the time required to successfully transcribe unpracticed material dictated at 60 words a minute for three minutes. 2. The early introduction of unpracticed dictation material in beginning high school shorthand classes using the Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified, Second Edition, has no discernible adverse effect on student achievement as measured in this study. 3. There is no evidence to justify early introduction of new-matter dictation before completion of the theory in the average beginning high school shorthand class using the Gregg Shorthand Manual Simplified, Second Edition.



Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Filename: catalog-of-copyright-entries-third-series.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105006280452
Release Date: 1951
Number of pages: 1314
Author:
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress

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Catalog of Copyright Entries

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105006281054
Release Date: 1953
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Ein Biss sagt mehr als tausend Worte

Filename: ein-biss-sagt-mehr-als-tausend-worte.pdf
ISBN: 9783641084516
Release Date: 2012-03-08
Number of pages: 320
Author: Christopher Moore
Publisher: Goldmann Verlag

Download and read online Ein Biss sagt mehr als tausend Worte in PDF and EPUB Der witzigste Vampirroman seit es Blutsauger gibt Junge Liebe ist beneidenswert, aber nicht die der beiden Blutsauger Jody und Tommy. Statt verliebt über Blumenwiesen zu wandeln, sind sie zu Bronzestatuen erstarrt, müssen ewig in der Haltung von Rodins „Kuss” verharren. Zu verdanken haben sie dies ihrer Dienerin, dem jungen Grufti-Mädchen Abby von Normal, die unbedingt dafür sorgen möchte, dass die beiden auf ewig miteinander verbunden sind. Doch das ist nicht Abbys einziges Problem, denn da ist noch Chet, ein fetter, rasierter Vampir-Kater. Chet reagiert nämlich sehr merkwürdig auf sein neues Vampir-Dasein: Keine Straße in San Francisco scheint mehr sicher vor ihm. Abby bleibt nichts anderes übrig, als Jody und Tommy von ihrem Fluch zu befreien, um gemeinsam auf Vampirkaterjagd gehen zu können. Aber dann tauchen drei altbekannte Blutsauger auf, und plötzlich ist niemand mehr sicher ...