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The Extent and Meaning of the Loss in "Transfer" in Spelling

W. F. Tidyman and Helen A. Brown
The Elementary School Journal
Vol. 18, No. 3 (Nov., 1917), pp. 210-214
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Subjects: Education
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References
  • O. P. Cornman. Spelling in the Elementary School. Boston: Ginn & Co., 1902.
  • J. E. W. Wallin. Spelling Efficiency in Relation to Age, Grade, and Sex, and the Question of Transfer. Baltimore: Warwick & York, 1911.
  • Cook and O'Shea. The Child and His Spelling. 1914.