Recent Doctoral Studies: Learning by Exposure to Wrong Forms in Grammar and Spelling
by John Ranton McIntosh - 1945
The basic purpose of the present study was to submit the problem to experimentation by comparing the progress made by two equivalent experimental groups in (1) a unit of grammar and (2) a unit of spelling—one group practicing by recognizing and correcting incorrect forms; the other group practicing by reproducing the correct form.
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