evaluative study of the Hawaií English program

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StatementNomos Institute.
ContributionsRight to Read Program., Hawaii. Dept. of Education.
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LC ClassificationsLB1576 .N83 1977
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Pagination6, xiii, 243 p. :
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An Evaluative Study of the Hawai'i English Program. NOMOS Inst., Berkeley, CA. The final report of a year-long study of the Hawaii English Program (HEP), a comprehensive language arts curriculum for the elementary grades, comparing the performance level in English of pupils in fifth-grade HEP and non-HEP classes and investigating the attitudes of pupils, teachers, and parents is presented in this volume.

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