Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Ritz, John M.
To answer this problem the following hypothesis was established: There will be a difference in students' achievement levels in elementary reading when determining which is more effective teaching style, using hands-on activities to teach reading or using paper and pencil work to teach reading. The hands-on activity will be the more effective method and the students will prove this by increases in their progress levels.
Daniels, Nigel, "The Effectiveness of Hands-On Activities Compared to Paper and Pencil Activities When Teaching Reading to First through Fifth Grade Students" (2006). OTS Master's Level Projects & Papers. 110.