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Kenneth and Yetta Goodman Collection 1953-2015

MS 586


Collection Summary

Creator: Goodman, Kenneth S.Goodman, Yetta M.
Collection Name:Kenneth and Yetta Goodman Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1953-2015
Physical Description:104 linear feet
Abstract:The Kenneth and Yetta Goodman Collection (1953-2015) contains research project files and other materials documenting the professional miscue research of Kenneth and Yetta Goodman. These materials showcase the Whole Language method of language comprehension and learning. It is organized into 4 series and multiple subseries with the majority of the collection found in the research project files as well as the correspondence subseries.
Collection Number:MS 586
Language: Materials are in English.
Repository: University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections
University of Arizona
PO Box 210055
Tucson, AZ 85721-0055
Phone: 520-621-6423
Fax: 520-621-9733
URL: http://speccoll.library.arizona.edu/
E-Mail: LBRY-askspcoll@email.arizona.edu

Biographical Note

Kenneth S. Goodman (1927-) was Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona. He served as past president of the National Conference on Research in English, the Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, the International Reading Association, and the Whole Language Umbrella. Among a multitude of honors and professionally published papers, he is best known for developing the literacy theory philosophy of whole language.

Yetta M. Goodman (1931-) was Regents Professor of Education at the University of Arizona. She consulted with education departments and spoke at conferences throughout the United States and in many nations of the world regarding issues of language, teaching and learning with implications for language arts curricula. In addition to her research in early literacy, miscue analysis and in exploring reading and writing processes, she popularized the term ‘kidwatching’ encouraging teachers to be professional observers of the language and learning development of their students. She was a major spokesperson for whole language and in her extensive writing shows concern for educational issues and research with a focus on classrooms, students and teachers.


Scope and Content Note

Materials 1953-2015: This collection contains research project files and other materials documenting the professional miscue research of Kenneth and Yetta Goodman. Whole language is a literacy philosophy that encourages focus on meaning and strategy instruction for children who are learning how to read. The research project files focus on individual subjects and their data, documentation of the project itself, and related media. Files are both handwritten and typed dependent on the research project. Media is primarily recordings of subjects reading and rereading passages with a researcher who marks miscues and takes notes.

Materials not included with the research project files are typical office files, including: correspondence, personal and professional publications, calendars, and travel information. Documents are primarily typed, with some correspondence files being handwritten.


Arrangement

This collection is organized into
Series I: Research Project files, 1963-2002
Subseries 1: Pilot study, 1963, 1971
Subseries 2: Theoretically-Based Studies of Subject Patterns of Miscues in Oral Reading Performance, 1964-1973
Subseries 3: Longitudinal Study of Children’s Oral Reading Behavior, 1966-1976 (bulk 1966-1972)
Subseries 4: Psycholinguistic Approach to Reading, 1969-1973
Subseries 5: Reading Unlimited Series, circa 1969-1976
Subseries 6: Reading of American Children Whose Language is a Stable Rural Dialect of English or a Language Other than English, 1966-1979 (bulk 1973-1975)
Subseries 7: A Study of the Development of Literacy in Preschool Children, 1975-1985 (bulk 1977-1979)
Subseries 8: A Two-Year Case Study Observing the Development of Third and Fourth Grade Native American Children’s Writing Processes, 1981-1993 (bulk 1981-1983)
Subseries 9: A Study of Retrospective Miscue Analysis with Good and Poor Readers in Seventh Grade, 1981-1999 (bulk 1989-1990)
Subseries 10: Miscue Studies with Individual Subjects, 1991-2002
Series II: Office files, 1953-2015
Subseries 1: Correspondence, 1964-2013
Subseries 2: Writings, 1953-2014 (bulk 1963-1999)
Subseries 3: Personal Calendars, 1992-2014
Subseries 4: Travel, 1969-2008
Subseries 5: General, 1965-2015
Subseries 6: Phonics Phacts Research, 1975-2001
Series III: Photographs, circa 1970-2007
Series IV: Oversize, circa 1969-2007

Restrictions

Restrictions

This collection is restricted. To access collection, contact Special Collections Director at 520-626-8332.

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents for the University of Arizona, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.


Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Goodman, Kenneth S..
Goodman, Yetta M., 1931-.

Corporate Name(s)
Center for the Expansion of Language and Thinking..
International Reading Association.
National Council of Teachers of English.
National Institute of Education (U.S.).
University of Arizona – College of Education.
Whole Language Umbrella (Organization).

Subject(s)
Children -- Research.
Miscue analysis.
Reading -- Language experience approach.


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Kenneth and Yetta Goodman Collection (MS 586). Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.

Processing History

Processed by Steven Burg.


Container List

Series 1 Research Project files, 1963-2002
This series is divided into 10 individual subseries and is arranged chronologically. Each subseries covers an individual research project and is organized with subject files appearing first, followed by documentation and/or office files, and finally media.
Media includes audio tape reels, video reels, video tapes, tape cassettes, microfiche, photographic slides, floppy disks, and compact discs.
Subseries 1 Pilot study, 1963, 1971
This subseries contains materials associated with a pilot study completed in 1963. Individual subject files are not present. Media includes audio tape reels.
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11 Miscue stories and word lists, 1st grade 1963
12 Miscue stories and word lists, 2nd grade, 1963
13 Miscue stories and word lists, 3rd grade, 1963
14 Pattern tallies, 3rd grade undated
15 Retelling analysis, 1st grade 1963
16 Retelling analysis and Subject 7tern tallies, 1st-2nd grade circa 1963
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21 Retelling analysis and Pattern tallies, 3rd grade circa 1963
22 School numbers, circa January 19 1971
23 Stories and analysis, 2nd grade 1963
24 Word lists and retellings, circa Spring 1963
25-12 63-001 to 63-008, magnetic tape reel 1963
Subseries 2 Theoretically-Based Studies of Subject Patterns of Miscues in Oral Reading Performance, 1964-1973
This subseries contains over 250 individual subject files and 125 media files. Subject files include only numeric identifiers. No further documentation is included.
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31-31 #1-#31 1964-1965
332 #32 / #89 1964-1965
333 #33 1964-1965
334 #34 1965
335 #35 1965
336 #37 1965
337 #38 L / #69 1965
338-40 #39-#41 1965
341 #42 1964-1965
342 #43 1965
343 #44 L / #86 1965
344 #45 L / #65 1965
345 #46 L / #71 1965
346 #47 1965
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41 #48 L / #66, 1965
42 #49, 1965
43 #50 L / #73, 1965
44-17 #51-#64, 1965
418 #68, 1965
419 #70, 1965
420 #72, 1967
421-27 #74-#80, 1967
428 #81, circa 1967
429 #82, circa 1967
430-32 #83-#85, 1967
433-34 #87-#88, 1967
435-37 #90-#92, 1967
438 #93 L / #178, 1970
439-41 #94-#96, 1968
442 #97 L / #184, 1970-1971
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51 #98, 1968
52 #99, 1968-1971
53-9 #100-#106, 1968
510-11 #107-#108, 1970
512-17 #109-#114, 1968
518 #115, 1968-1971
519-20 #116-#117, 1968
521-24 #118-#121, 1968-1971
525-34 #122-#131, 1968
535-36 #132-#133, 1968-1971
537 #134, 1968
538 #135, 1968-1971
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61-2 #136-#137, 1968
63-17 #138-#152, 1969
618 #153, 1969-1971
619-31 #154-#166, 1969
632-33 #167-#168, 1970-1971
634 #170, 1970-1971
635 #171, 1970
636-37 #172-#173, 1970-1971
638 #174, 1970
639 #175, 1970-1971
640 #176, 1970
641 #177, 1970-1971
642 #179, 1970-1971
643 #180, 1970
644-45 #181-#182, 1970-1971
646 #183, 1970
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71 #185, 1970
72-9 #186-#193, 1970-1971
710 #194, 1970
711 #195, 1970-1971
712 #196, 1970
713-14 #197-#198, 1970-1971
715-16 #199-#200, 1970
717 #201, 1970-1971
718-19 #202-#203, 1970
720-21 #204-#205, 1970-1971
722 #206, 1970
723 #207, 1970-1971
724 #208, 1970
725 #209, 1970-1971
726 #210, 1970
727-29 #211-#213, 1970-1971
730 #214, 1970
731-34 #215-#218, 1970-1971
735 #219, 1970
736-39 #220-#223, 1970-1971
740 #224, 1970
741-42 #225-#226, 1970-1971
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81-3 #227-#229, 1970-1971
84-6 #231-#233, 1970-1971
87-8 #235-#236, 1970-1971
89 #237, 1970
810-13 #238-#241, 1970-1971
814 #242, 1970
815 #243, 1970-1971
816 #244, 1970
817 #246, 1970-1971
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91 #247, 1970-1971
92 #248, 1970
93 #249, 1970-1971
94 #250, 1970
95-6 #251-#252, 1970-1971
97 #253, 1970
98-9 #254-#255, 1970-1971
910-14 #257-#261, 1970-1971
915 #262, 1970
916 #263, 1970-1971
917 #264, 1971
918 Annual report and proposal for renewal, March, 1971
919 Correspondence, 1969-1974
920 Final report abstract, April, 1973
921 Progress report, December, 1970
922 Progress report, January, 1972
923 Project proposal, 1969
924 Subjects and tape numbers list, 1964-1971
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111-17 68-001 to 68-017, magnetic tape reel, 1968
1118-30 69-001 to 69-013, magnetic tape reel, 1969
1131-52 70-001 to 70-022, magnetic tape reel, 1970
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121-52 70-023 to 70-074, magnetic tape reel, 1970
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131-8 70-075 to 70-082, magnetic tape reel, 1970
139 Untitled, magnetic tape reel, December 16, 1968
1310 Reading Miscue, parts 1 and 2, magnetic tape reel, May 8, 1972
1311 Ken Goodman Reading Development Study, microfiche, undated
1312-22 V70-001 to V70-012, video reel, 1970
1323 Demo Tape, video reel, undated
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141 Subject 1, Session 1, 103 A, January, 1966
Subseries 3 Longitudinal Study of Children’s Oral Reading Behavior, 1966-1976 (bulk 1966-1972)
This subseries contains files for 9 individual subjects, as well as over 50 media files. Subject files are organized alphabetically by subject name and include session numbers. This research project was longitudinal spanning about 6 years. Names are redacted for this guide and replaced with Subjects 1-10, these numbers may overlap with other individuals arbitrarily assigned Subject numbers.
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142 Subject 1, omit, 103 B, February, 1966
143 Subject 1, Session 2, 103 C, March, 1966
144 Subject 1, omit, 103 D, April, 1966
145 Subject 1, omit, 103 E, May, 1966
146 Subject 1, Session 3, 103 F, June, 1966
147 Subject 1, omit, 103 G, September, 1966
148 Subject 1, Session 4, 103 H, October, 1966
149 Subject 1, Session 5, 103 I, November, 1966
1410 Subject 1, Session 6, 103, January, 1967
1411 Subject 1, Session 7, 103, March, 1967
1412 Subject 1, Session 8, 103, May, 1967
1413 Subject 1, Session 9, 103, November, 1967
1414 Subject 1, Session 10, 103, January, 1968
1415 Subject 1, Session 16, 103, January, 1970
1416 Subject 1, Session 17, 103, March, 1970
1417 Subject 1, Session 18, 103, May, 1970
1418 Subject 1, Session 19, 103, November, 1970
1419 Subject 1, Session 20, 103, January, 1971
1420 Subject 1, Session 21, 103, March, 1971
1421 Subject 1, Session 22, 103, May, 1971
1422 Subject 1, Repeated miscues, 103, circa 1966-1971
1423 Subject 1, Space Pet miscue marked typescript and retelling, 103, June, 1972
1424 Subject 1, Dialect sessions binder, circa June, 1966-May, 1972
1425 Subject 1, Data computer printouts, 103, 1966-1976
1426 Subject 2, omit, 105 A, January, 1966
1427 Subject 2, Session 1, 105 B, February, 1966
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151 Subject 2, Session 2, 105 C, March, 1966
152 Subject 2, omit, 105 D, April, 1966
153 Subject 2, omit, 105 E, May, 1966
154 Subject 2, Session 3, 105 F, June, 1966
155 Subject 2, omit, 105 G, September, 1966
156 Subject 2, Session 4, 105 H, October, 1966
157 Subject 2, Session 5, 105 I, November, 1966
158 Subject 2, Session 6, 105, January, 1967
159 Subject 2, Session 7, 105, March, 1967
1510 Subject 2, Session 8, 105, May, 1967
1511 Subject 2, Session 9, 105, November, 1967
1512 Subject 2, Session 10, 105, January, 1968
1513 Subject 2, Session 11, 105, March, 1968
1514 Subject 2, Session 12, 105, May, 1968
1515 Subject 2, Session 14, 105, January, 1969
1516 Subject 2, Session 15, 105, May, 1969
1517 Subject 2, Session 22 #1, 105, circa June, 1971
1518 Subject 2, Session 22 #2, 105, circa June, 1971
1519 Subject 2, Session 22 #3, 105, circa June, 1971
1520 Subject 2, Repeated miscues, 105, circa 1966-1971
1521 Subject 2, Data computer printouts, 105, 1966-1976
1522 Subject 3, omit, 106 B, February, 1966
1523 Subject 3, Session 1, 106 C, March, 1966
1524 Subject 3, Session 2, 106 D, April, 1966
1525 Subject 3, Session 3, 106 E, May, 1966
1526 Subject 3, omit, 106 F, June, 1966
1527 Subject 3, omit, 106 G, September, 1966
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161 Subject 3, Session 4, 106 H, October, 1966
162 Subject 3, Session 5, 106 I, November, 1966
163 Subject 3, Session 9, 106, November, 1967
164 Subject 3, Session 10, 106, January, 1968
165 Subject 3, Session 12, 106, May, 1968
166 Subject 3, Session 13, 106, November, 1968
167 Subject 3, Session 14, 106, January, 1969
168 Subject 3, Session 15, 106, May, 1969
169 Subject 3, Session 16, 106, November, 1969
1610 Subject 3, omit, 106, January, 1970
1611 Subject 3, Session 18, 106, May, 1970
1612 Subject 3, Session 19, 106, November, 1970
1613 Subject 3, Session 20, 106, January, 1971
1614 Subject 3, Session 22, 106, June, 1971
1615 Subject 3, Repeated miscues, 106, circa 1966-1971
1616 Subject 3, Dialect sessions binder, 106, circa January, 1966-May, 1972
1617 Subject 3, Data computer printouts, 106, 1966-1976
1618 Subject 4, omit, 104 A, January, 1966
1619 Subject 4, omit, 104 B, February, 1966
1620 Subject 4, Session 1, 104 C, March, 1966
1621 Subject 4, omit, 104 D, April, 1966
1622 Subject 4, Session 2, 104 E, May, 1966
1623 Subject 4, Session 3, 104 F, June, 1966
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171 Subject 4, omit, 104 G, September, 1966
172 Subject 4, Session 4, 104 H, October, 1966
173 Subject 4, Session 5, 104 I, November, 1966
174 Subject 4, Session 6, 104, January, 1967
175 Subject 4, Session 7, 104, March, 1967
176 Subject 4, Session 8, 104, May, 1967
177 Subject 4, Session 9, 104, November, 1967
178 Subject 4, Session 11, 104, March, 1968
179 Subject 4, Session 12, 104, May, 1968
1710 Subject 4, Session 17, 104, March, 1970
1711 Subject 4, Session 18, 104, May, 1970
1712 Subject 4, Session 19, 104, November, 1970
1713 Subject 4, Session 22, 104, May, 1972
1714 Subject 4, Repeated miscues, 104, circa 1966-1971
1715 Subject 4, Dialect sessions binder, 104, circa January, 1966-May, 1972
1716 Subject 4, Data computer printouts, 104, 1966-1976
1717 Subject 4, Dialect session 8, Poison (grade 2), 104, undated
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181 Subject 5, Session 1, 100, January, 1966
182 Subject 5, omit, 100 B, February, 1966
183 Subject 5, Session 2, 100 C, March, 1966
184 Subject 5, omit, 100 D, April, 1966
185 Subject 5, omit, 100 E, May, 1966
186 Subject 5, Session 3, 100 F, June, 1966
187 Subject 5, omit, 100, September, 1966
188 Subject 5, Session 4, 100 H, October, 1966
189 Subject 5, Session 5, 100 I, November, 1966
1810 Subject 5, Session 6, 100, January, 1967
1811 Subject 5, Session 7, 100, March, 1967
1812 Subject 5, Session 8, 100, May, 1967
1813 Subject 5, Session 9, 100, November, 1967
1814 Subject 5, Session 10, 100, January, 1968
1815 Subject 5, Session 11, 100, March, 1968
1816 Subject 5, Session 12, 100, May, 1968
1817 Subject 5, Session 13, 100, November, 1968
1818 Subject 5, Story miscues, 100, circa 1966-1968
1819 Subject 5, Session 14, 100, January, 1969
1820 Subject 5, omit, 100, March, 1969
1821 Subject 5, omit, Session 15, 100, May, 1969
1822 Subject 5, Session 16, 100, November, 1969
1823 Subject 5, Session 17, 100, January, 1970
1824 Subject 5, Session 19, 100, November, 1970
1825 Subject 5, Session 20, 100, January, 1971
1826 Subject 5, Session 21, 100, May, 1971
1827 Subject 5, Developmental, 100, circa 1966-1971
1828 Subject 5, Session 22, 100, May, 1972
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191 Subject 5, Space Pet miscue marked typescript and retelling, 100, June, 1972
192 Subject 5, Data computer printouts, 100, 1966-1976
193 Subject 5, Dialect session 8, My Brother is a Genius (Grade 7, Session 22), 100, undated
194 Subject 6, Space Pet miscue marked typescript and retelling, June, 1971
195 Subject 7, Session 1, 101 A, January, 1966
196 Subject 7, omit, 101 B, February, 1966
197 Subject 7, Session 2, 101 C, March, 1966
198 Subject 7, omit, 101 D, April, 1966
199 Subject 7, omit, 101 E, May, 1966
1910 Subject 7, Session 3, 101 F, June, 1966
1911 Subject 7, omit, 101 G, September, 1966
1912 Subject 7, Session 4, 101 H, October, 1966
1913 Subject 7, Session 5, 101, November, 1966
1914 Subject 7, Session 6, 101, January, 1967
1915 Subject 7, Session 7, 101, March, 1967
1916 Subject 7, Session 8, 101, May, 1967
1917 Subject 7, Session 9, 101, November, 1967
1918 Subject 7, Session 10, 101, January, 1968
1919 Subject 7, Session 11, 101, March, 1968
1920 Subject 7, Session 12, 101, May, 1968
1921 Subject 7, Session 13, 101, November, 1968
1922 Subject 7, Session 14, 101, January, 1969
1923 Subject 7, Session 15, 101, May, 1969
1924 Subject 7, Session 16, 101, November, 1969
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201 Subject 7, 101, 1966-1969
202 Subject 7, Session 17, 101, January, 1970
203 Subject 7, Session 18, 101, March, 1970
204 Subject 7, Session 19, 101, November, 1970
205 Subject 7, Session 20, 101, January, 1971
206 Subject 7, Session 21, 101, June, 1971
207 Subject 7, Repeated miscues, 101, circa 1966-1971
208 Subject 7, Session 22, 101, May, 1972
209 Subject 7, Dialect session 8, My Brother is a Genius (Grade 7, Session 22), 101, circa 1972
2010 Subject 7, Data computer printouts, 1966-1976
2011 Subject 8, Space Pet miscue marked typescript and retelling, undated
2012 Subject 1 and Subject 7, Repeated miscue data, undated
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211 Subject 3, Subject 4, and Subject 9, Repeated miscue data, undated
212 Charts, graphs, materials not for dissertation, undated
213 Correction notes, undated
214 Demonstration material notes, undated
215 Dialect charts, undated
216 Dissertation, proposal, and final report, 1968-1971
217 General notes, undated
218 Grant applications, The University of Michigan, 1968-1973
219 Proposals, circa 1968-1970
2110 Repeated miscue forms and notes, undated
2111 Repeated miscue frequency lists, undated
2112 Repeated miscues, Home at Last, 1966-1968
2113 Repeated omissions, undated
2114 Retelling scores, circa 1967-1971
2115 Session number guides, January, 1966-December, 1970
2116 SPSS program, September, 1976
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221 SPSS program notes, circa 1972
222 Subjects 1-3, Data computer printouts, November, 1976
223 Subjects 4-6, Data computer printouts, November, 1976
224 Subjects 1-6, Data computer printouts, November, 1976
225 Tallied stories, undated
226 Word counts, undated
227 Word tallies, undated
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231 Yetta's research, Subject #101, oversize printout (raw data), 1974
232-3 Yetta's research, Subject #102, oversize printout (raw data), 1974
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241 Yetta's research, Subject #103, oversize printout (raw data), circa 1973-1977
242-3 Yetta's research, Subject #104, oversize printout (raw data), 1974
244 Yetta's research, Subject #105, oversize printout (raw data), 1974
245 Yetta's research, Subject #106, oversize printout (raw data), 1974
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251 H.P., January-June, magnetic tape reel, 1966
252 H.P., February, magnetic tape reel, 1966
253 H.P., March, magnetic tape reel, 1966
254 H.P., April, magnetic tape reel, 1966
255 H.P., May, magnetic tape reel, 1966
256-7 H.P., June, magnetic tape reel, 1966
258-9 H.P., magnetic tape reel, September, 1966
2510-11 H.P., October, magnetic tape reel, 1966
2512 H.P., magnetic tape reel, November, 1966
2513 H.P., magnetic tape reel, January, 1967
2514 H.P., magnetic tape reel, March, 1967
2515 H.P., magnetic tape reel, May, 1967
2516 Long S, magnetic tape reel, November, 1967
2517 Long S, magnetic tape reel, January, 1968
2518 Long S, magnetic tape reel, March, 1968
2519 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1968
2520 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1968
2521 Long S, magnetic tape reel, November, 1968
2522 Long S, magnetic tape reel, November, 1968
2523 Long S, magnetic tape reel, January, 1969
2524 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1969
2525 Subject 2, Long S, magnetic tape reel, January, 1967-May, 1969 (2 copies)
2526 Long S, magnetic tape reel, January, 1970
2527 Long S, magnetic tape reel, February, 1970
2528 Long S, magnetic tape reel, March, 1970
2529 Long S, magnetic tape reel, March, 1970
2530 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1970
2531 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1970
2532 Long S, magnetic tape reel, October, 1970
2533 Long S, magnetic tape reel, November, 1970
2534 Long S, magnetic tape reel, January, 1971
2535 Long S, magnetic tape reel, February, 1971
2536 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1971 (1 of 4)
2537 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1971 (2 of 4)
2538 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1971 (3 of 4)
2539 Long S, magnetic tape reel, May, 1971 (4 of 4)
2540 Long S, magnetic tape reel, circa 1972
2541 Subject 7, Long S, magnetic tape reel, March, 1970-April, 1972 (2 copies)
2542 Demonstration tape, Subject 2, Andre's Secret, magnetic tape reel, undated
2543 Demonstration tape, Subject 2, Andre's Secret, magnetic tape reel, undated
2544 Demonstration tape, Subject 2, Freddie Miller, magnetic tape reel, undated
2545 Demonstration tape, Subject 2, Kitten Jones, magnetic tape reel, undated
2546 Demonstration tape, Subject 2 and Subject 3, Freddie Miller, magnetic tape reel, undated
2547 Demonstration tape, Subject 2, Subject 7, and Subject 8, Kitten Jones and My Brother is a Genius, magnetic tape reel, undated
2548 Subject 5, Space Pet retelling, magnetic tape reel, undated
2549 Subject 6, Space Pet retelling, magnetic tape reel, undated
2550 Subject 8, Space Pet retelling, magnetic tape reel, undated
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261 Subject 1, Space Pet (A), Subject 10, Space Pet (B), audio cassette, undated
262 Subject 2 (A), Subject 3 (B), audio cassette, October, 1968
263 Subject 5 Developmental, audio cassette, undated
264 Subject 5 Developmental, audio cassette, undated
265 Subject 5 and Subject 8, Elementary Reading Miscue Inventory (A), Subject 5 (B), audio cassette, undated
266 Subject 6, Space Pet, audio cassette, undated
267 Subject 6, Space Pet (A), audio cassette, undated
268 Subject 6, Space Pet (A), Subject 5, Space Pet (B), audio cassette, undated
269 Subject 8 (V) and Subject 5 (VI), Reading Miscue Inventory Practice Analysis Tape, audio cassette, circa 1972
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271 Subject 1, Subject 4, and Subject 5, Interesting noises, magnetic tape reel, undated
272 Subject 5 Developmental, magnetic tape reel, April 1966-June, 1971 (2 copies)
273 Subject 5 and Subject 2, Developmental miscues, magnetic tape reel, 1966-1971 (2 copies)
274 Subject 5 and Subject 2, Developmental sequence selections, magnetic tape reel, undated
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281 Budget period report, June, 1972
Subseries 4 Psycholinguistic Approach to Reading, 1969-1973
This subseries contains the fewest number of files. Individual subject files are not present. Included is documentation, some photographic slides, and a cassette tape.
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282 Data and project methods, 1969-1973
283 Final project report, June, 1973
284 First year, RMI, 1970-1971
285 Proposals and reports, 1971-1973
286 Television script for presentation, Cajon Valley Union School District, State Department of Education, 1973
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291-4 Slides, circa October, photographic slide, 1973
295 Cajon cassette tape, October 11, 1973
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301 Pupil books reports, levels 1-4, 1969
Subseries 5 Reading Unlimited Series, circa 1969-1976
This subseries contains materials associated with the Reading Unlimited Series, a reading system designed by Scott Foresman Books that helps teach children how to read. It was comprised of several advancing levels.
Kenneth Goodman served as a consultant and researcher for the reading system, testing unnamed children subjects on potential materials for use. The files contained are solely reports on reading testing with some correspondence as well as promotional materials.
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302 Pupil books reports, levels 5-8, undated
303-4 Pupil books reports, levels 9-13, circa 1970
305-7 Pupil books reports, level 14-16, undated
308 Pupil books reports, level 17, circa 1971-1972
309-10 Pupil books reports, level 18-19, undated
3011 Pupil books reports, level 20, circa 1972
3012 Pupil books reports, level 21, undated
3013-14 Pupil books reports, level 22-23, 1973
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311 Pupil books reports, level 24, circa 1972
312-4 Pupil books reports, level 25-27, undated
315 Pupil books reports, rejected, circa 1969-1976
316 Revision reports, levels 1-4, circa 1973-1975
317 Revision reports, levels 5-8, circa 1975
318-10 Revision reports, levels 9-18, circa 1974-1975
3111 Revision reports, levels 19-21, circa 1975
3112 Scott, Foresman and Company correspondence, 1969-1976
3113 Scott Foresman Reading Systems media information, November 29, 1970
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321 Studybook reports, level 4, circa 1971
322-4 Studybook reports, level 5-7, undated
325 Studybook reports, level 8, circa 1971
326-14 Studybook reports, level 9-18, undated
3215 Studybook reports, level 19, circa 1972
3216 Studybook reports, level 20, circa 1973
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331 Studybook reports, level 21, undated
332 Studybook reports, level 22, circa 1973
333 Studybook reports, level 23, undated
334 Studybook reports, level 24, circa 1973-1974
335 Studybook reports, level 25, undated
336 Table of contents, levels 1-21, undated
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341 Texan Chicano dialect general information, 1974-1975
Subseries 6 Reading of American Children Whose Language is a Stable Rural Dialect of English or a Language Other than English, 1966-1979 (bulk 1973-1975)
This subseries contains materials associated with a large-scale research project that identified reading miscues of subjects with English dialects. There are 8 regional dialect groups of subjects, all of them being children in 2nd through 6th grade for each group. Each dialect group is accompanied by a general information file. Much documentation exists about the raw data, miscue coding used, as well as the original research proposals for funding. Each audio tape reel is labeled with a first name and initial, both of which are redacted in this finding aid.
Over 200 audio tape reels are included along with a couple of video tapes and several archival-quality access copy compact discs.
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342-6 T-101 to T-105, 2nd grade, 1974
347 T-106, 2nd grade, 1973
348-9 T-107 to T-108, 2nd grade, 1974
3410 T-110, 2nd grade, undated
3411-12 T-111 to T-112, 4th grade, 1974
3413-14 T-113 to T-114, 4th grade, 1973-1974
3415 T-115, 4th grade, 1974
3416 T-116, 4th grade, circa 1974
3417 T-117, 4th grade, 1973
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351 T-118, 4th grade, circa 1974
352 T-119, 4th grade, 1973-1974
353 T-120, 4th grade, circa 1974
354 T-121, 6th grade, circa 1974
355 T-122, 6th grade, 1973
356-8 T-123 to T-125, 6th grade, 1973-1974
359 T-126, 6th grade, 1974-1975
3510 T-127, 6th grade, 1973-1974
3511 T-128, 6th grade, 1974
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361-2 T-129 to T-130, 6th grade, 1973-1974
363 T-132, 4th grade, circa 1974
364 Downeast Maine dialect general information, 1973-1975
365-14 D-201 to D-210, 3rd grade, 1973-1975
3615-20 D-211 to D-216, 4th grade, circa 1973
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371-4 D-217 to D-220, 1973-1975
375-14 D-221 to D-230, 6th grade, 1973-1974
3715 Port Gibson Black dialect general information, 1973
3716-22 M-301 to M-308, 2nd grade, 1972-1974
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381-2 M-309 to M-310, 2nd grade, 1973
383-12 M-311 to M-320, 4th grade, 1973-1974
3813-18 M-321 to M-326, 6th grade, 1973-1974
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391-5 M-327 to M-331, 6th grade, 1973-1974
396 Appalachian white dialect general information, 1974
397 Appalachian dialect features, undated
398-17 Ap-401 to Ap-410, 2nd grade, 1973-1974
3918-22 Ap-411 to Ap-415, 4th grade, 1973-1974
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401-5 Ap-416 to Ap-420, 4th grade, 1973-1974
406-16 Ap-421 to Ap-431, 6th grade, 1973-1974
4017 Ap-432, 4th grade, 1973-1974
4018 Ap-433, 2nd grade, 1973-1974
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411 Ap-434, 4th grade, 1973-1974
412 Ap-435, 2nd grade, 1973-1974
413 Ap-436, 6th grade, 1973-1974
414 Ap-437, 4th grade, 1973-1974
415 Navaho dialect general information, 1973
416-15 N-501 to N-510, 2nd grade, 1973
4116-23 N-511 to N-518, 4th grade, 1973-1975
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421 N-519, 4th grade, 1973-1974
422 N-520, 4th grade, 1973-1975
423-13 N-521 to N-531, 6th grade, 1973-1975
4214-16 Ar-601 to Ar-603, 2nd grade, 1973
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431-7 Ar-604 to Ar-610, 2nd grade, 1973-1974
438-17 Ar-611 to Ar-620, 4th grade, 1973-1974
4318-19 Ar-621 to Ar-622, 6th grade, 1973-1975
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441-8 Ar-623 to Ar-630, 6th grade, 1973-1975
449 Ar-631 Ali H., 2nd grade, 1973-1975
4410-18 HS-701 to HS-710, 2nd grade, 1973-1975
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451-10 HS-711 to HS-720, 4th grade, 1973-1974
4511-14 HS-721 to HS-724, 6th grade, 1973-1974
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461-4 HS-725 to HS-730, 6th grade, 1973-1975
465-14 HP-801 to HP-810, 2nd grade, 1973-1974
4615-18 HP-811 to HP-814, 4th grade, 1973-1974
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471-6 HP-815 to HP-820, 4th grade, 1973-1974
477-15 HP-821 to HP-830, 6th grade, 1973-1974
4716 Alaskan Eskimo dialect general information, 1973
4717 Appalachian dialect 4th grader retellings, circa 1973-1974
boxfolder
481 Appalachian dialect research notes, undated
482 Application for federal grants, 1973
483 Arabic general information, circa 1973-1974
484 Arabic research notes, circa 1966-1974
485 Checklist of materials used for each visitation, undated
486 Data, Ap, 2nd grade, undated
487 Data, Ap, 4th grade, undated
488 Data, Ap, 6th grade, undated
489 Data, Ar, 2nd grade, undated
4810 Data, Ar, 4th grade, undated
4811 Data, Ar, 6th grade, undated
4812 Data, D, 2nd grade, undated
4813 Data, D, 4th grade, undated
4814 Data, D, 6th grade, undated
4815 Data, HP, 2nd grade, undated
4816 Data, HP, 4th grade, undated
4817 Data, HP, 6th grade, undated
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491 Data, HS, 4th grade, undated
492 Data, HS, 6th grade, undated
493 Data, M, 2nd grade, undated
494 Data, M, 4th grade, undated
495 Data, M, 6th grade, undated
496 Data, N, 4th grade, undated
497 Data, N, 6th grade, undated
498 Data, T, 2nd grade, undated
499 Data, T, 4th grade, undated
4910 Data, T, 6th grade, undated
4911 Data sheets and graphs, undated
boxfolder
501 Dialect groups data computer printouts, 1974-1975
502 Final report, National Institute of Education, August, 1978
503 General statistics and other data, undated
504 Grammatical function and text coding, Appalachian stories, circa 1974
505 Grammatical function and text coding, Arabic stories, circa 1974
506 Grammatical function and text coding, Maine stories, circa 1974
507 Grammatical function and text coding, Mississippi stories, circa 1974
508 Grammatical function and text coding, Navaho stories, circa 1974
509 Grammatical function and text coding, Pidgen/Samoan stories, circa 1974
5010 Grammatical function and text coding, Spanish stories, circa 1974
5011 Guide to tape listening, Port Gibson, Massachusetts, March, 1973
5012 Hawaiian literature search, circa 1968-1974
5013 Hawaiian-Pidgin general information, 1973
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511 Hawaiian-Samoan general information, circa 1973
512 List of students selected for in-depth analysis, circa 1970-1972
513 Literature review notes, undated
514 Maine dialect research notes, circa 1973
515 Maine dialect subjects and research notes, circa 1975
516 Miscellaneous data and procedures, undated
517 Miscue data, April, 1979
518 Miscues and non-English speaking background notes, undated
519 Navaho dialect research notes, circa 1966-1974
5110 Navaho Reading Miscue research proposal, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, November, 1972
5111 National Institute of Education correspondence, 1970-1975
5112 Notes, undated
5113 Partials, 4th grade, undated
5114 Peripheral field research report notes, undated
5115 Port Gibson, Massachusetts research project, February, 1973
5116 Proposal, National Institute of Education, circa March, 1973 (1 of 2)
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521 Proposal, National Institute of Education, circa March, 1973 (2 of 2)
522 Rejected research proposal, circa 1972
523 Research proposal, National Institute of Education, February 15, 1973
524 Rural Massachusetts Black dialect features, undated
525 Spanish-speakers, undated
526 Staff meeting notes, 1973-1975
527 Stories read by dialect groups, 1973-1975
528 Texan-Chicano dialect features, undated
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531-34 73-T-001 to 74-T-033, magnetic tape reel, 1973-1974
5335-54 73-DE-001 to 73-DE-020, magnetic tape reel, 1973
boxfolder
541-29 73-DE-021 to 73-M-023, magnetic tape reel, 1973
5430-52 73-Ap-001 to 73-Ap-023, magnetic tape reel, 1973
boxfolder
551-4 73-Ap-024 to 73-Ap-027, magnetic tape reel, 1973
555 73-Ap-Adults, magnetic tape reel, 1973
556-32 73-N-001 to 73-N-027, magnetic tape reel, 1973
5533-53 73-Ar-001 to 73-Ar-021, magnetic tape reel, 1973
5554-57 N-73-UTR-001 to N-73-UTR-003, video tape, 1973
boxfolder
561-5 73-Ar-022 to 73-Ar-026, magnetic tape reel, 1973
566-44 HP-73-001 to HS-73-019, magnetic tape reel, 1973
5645 Bag of access copy compact discs (archival-quality), undated
5646 Demonstration tape, undated
5647 Dialect demonstration tape, undated
boxfolder
571-9 77-PA-001 to 77-PA-009, completed tasks, 1977
Subseries 7 A Study of the Development of Literacy in Preschool Children, 1975-1985 (bulk 1977-1979)
This subseries contains materials associated with a research project that identified the development of literacy in preschool children, or how they learn to read. Four populations of subjects were used and identified as tasks 1 through 4. These populations were located at the Mary Subject 10 Center YWCA in Tucson, Arizona; Sells, Arizona (Papago); and Bisbee, Arizona (Anglo and Spanish-speaking). Spanish text is present in Task 4. This research project was known as the Print Awareness Study colloquially to the Goodmans. This subseries is organized chronologically by subject identifiers. Names redacted in finding aid.
Over 50 tape cassettes are included as well as a dozen audio tape reels and over 25 video tape reels.
boxfolder
581-2 77-PA-010 to 77-PA-011, completed tasks, 1977
583-8 79-PAP-013 to 79-PAP-018, 1981
boxfolder
591-5 79-PAP-019 to 79-PAP-023, 1981
596 79-BSP-024, 1979
boxfolder
601-10 79-BSP-025 to 79-BSP-034, 1979
6011 The Acquisition of Literacy in Preschool Children application, 1976
6012 Book handling in Greek, undated
6013 Book handling scoring, undated
6014 Children, Their Language and World: Initial Encounters with Print, Harste, Burke, Woodward, 1979-1980
6015 Coding directions, categories and observations, undated
6016 Format for Print Awareness transcription, undated
6017 Grant application, Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, National Institute of Education, October, 1978
6018 List of Papago Indian subjects, Bisbee subjects; signed permission forms, 1979
6019 Print Awareness proposal, National Institute of Education, circa July, 1979-August, 1979
boxfolder
611 Notes, items for research project PA, undated
612 Observer sheet copies, undated
613 Permission letters (forms) for Print Awareness, Indian Oasis School District, undated
614 Personal data sheet, undated
615 Preschoolers' reactions to print (development of form), circa 1975
616 Print Awareness findings, circa 1980
617 Print Awareness findings and presentation materials, undated
618 Print Awareness general information, circa 1977-1985
619 Print Awareness in Pre-School Children: A Working Paper, September, 1981
6110 Print Awareness item list, undated
6111 Print Awareness items, circa 1977-1979
6112 Print Awareness labels materials, undated
6113 Print Awareness notes on findings, circa 1980
6114 Print Awareness proposal, circa 1980
6115 Print Awareness report and proposal, circa 1976-1980
6116 Print Awareness samples for Navajo children, undated
6117 Print Awareness study data collection, circa 1977
6118 Print Awareness study don'ts, November 1, 1976
6119 Print Awareness study notes, undated
6120 Print Awareness transcription records, circa 1979
6121 Procedures for Interactors, undated
6122 Research proposal/funding letter, undated
6123 Signs of the Environment Taxonomy, Goodman, Bird, Haussler, and Altwerger, 1980
6124 Task descriptions (task 5, 6 Spanish-translated), circa 1979-1980
6125 Techniques for collecting literacy events from young children, circa 1980
6126 Transcript sheets accompanying recordings, undated
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621-15 77-PA-001 to 77-PA-11, tasks 02-06, audio cassettes, 1976- 1977
6216-21 79-PAP-13 to 79-PAP-016, tasks 02-07, audio cassettes, 1979-1981
boxfolder
631-14 79-PAP-017 to 79-PAP-023, tasks 02-07, audio cassettes, 1979- 1981
6315 2 subjects, 5 years - Papago, audio cassette, October 19, 1978
6316 Illegible, audio cassette, undated
6317-20 79-BAN-030 to 79-BAN-033, task 02, audio cassette, 1979
boxfolder
641-14 79-BAN-034 to 79-BSP-029, task 02-07, audio cassette, 1979
6415 Untitled, audio cassette, untitled
boxfolder
651 77-PA-002 #2, 77-PA-003 #2, 77-PA-004 #2, magnetic tape reels, March 31, 1977
652 77-PA-006 #2, 77-PA-007 #2, 77-PA-011 #2, magnetic tape reels, April 6, 1977
653 77-PA-002 #3, #4, 77-PA-003 #3, #4, 77-PA-004 #3, #4, 77-PA-005 #3, #4, magnetic tape reels, April 7, 1977
654 77-PA-001 #3, #4, magnetic tape reels, April 14, 1977
655 77-PA-006 #3, #4, 77-PA-011 #3, #4, magnetic tape reels, April 14, 1977
656 77-PA-001 #5, 77-PA-002 #5, 77-PA-003 #5, 77-PA-004 #5, 77-PA-005 #5, magnetic tape reels, April 21, 1977
657 77-PA-007 #3, #4, 77-PA-008 #2, 77-PA-009 #3, 77-PA-010 #3, #4, magnetic tape reels, May 4, 1977
658 77-PA-006 #5, 77-PA-007 #5, 77-PA-008 #4, 77-PA-009 #5, 77-PA-010 #5, magnetic tape reels, May 11, 1977
659 77-PA-003 #6, 77-PA-004 #6, 77-PA-006 #6, 77-PA-007 #6, 77-PA-008 #6, 77-PA-009 #6, 77-PA-010 #6, magnetic tape reels, May 18, 1977
6510 77-PA-001 #6, 77-PA-002 #6, 77-PA-011 #6, May 19, 1977
6511 77-PA-002 #6, 77-PA-011 #6, magnetic tape reels, May 19, 1977
6512 77-PA-008 #5, magnetic tape reels, May 25, 1977
6513 Untitled, magnetic tape reels, undated
boxfolder
661 77-PA-001 #1, 77-PA-002 #1, video tape reels, March 25, 1977
662 77-PA-002 #1, 77-PA-003 #1, 77-PA-004 #1, video tape reels, March 25, 1977
663 77-PA-004 #1, 77-PA-005 #1, video tape reels, March 25, 1977
664 77-PA-006 #1, 77-PA-007 #1, video tape reels, March 30, 1977
665 77-PA-007 #1, 77-PA-008 #1, video tape reels, March 30, 1977
666 77-PA-009 #1, 77-PA-010 #1, video tape reels, March 30, 1977
667 77-PA-011 #1, video tape reels, March 31, 1977
668 77-PA-001 #6, 77-PA-004 #6, video tape reels, May 18, 1977
669 77-PA-003 #6, 77-PA-006 #6, video tape reels, May 18, 1977
6610 77-PA-008 #6, 77-PA-009 #6, video tape reels, May 18, 1977
6611 77-PA-007 #6, 77-PA-010 #6, video tape reels, May 18, 1977
6612 79-PAP-021, 77-PA-022, 77-PA-023, task 07, video tape reels, undated
boxfolder
671 79-PAP-015, task 03, 79-PAP-018, task 03, 79-PAP-021 tasks 04, 05, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
672 79-PAP-016, task 02, 79-PAP-018, task 02, 79-PAP-019 task 02, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
673 79-PAP-017, task 02, 79-PAP-018, task 02, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
674 79-PAP-014, task 02, 79-PAP-015, task 02, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
675 79-PAP-013, task 03, 79-PAP-020, task 02, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
676 79-PAP-013, task 02, 79-PAP-014, task 02, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
677 79-PAP-013, task 03, 79-PAP-014, task 03, 79-PAP-015, task 03, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
678 79-PAP-015, task 04, 79-PAP-017, tasks 04, 05, 79-PAP-018, task 05, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
679 79-PAP-014, tasks 04, 05, 79-PAP-019, tasks 04, 05, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
6710 79-PAP-016, task 04, 79-PAP-020, task 04, 79-PAP-020, task 05, 79-PAP-023, task 05, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
6711 79-PAP-022, task 04, 79-PAP-023, task 04, 79-PAP-021, task 05, 79-PAP-022, task 05, 79-PAP-023, task 05, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
6712 79-PAP-013, task 04, 05, 79-PAP-015, task 07, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
6713 79-PAP-013, task 07, 79-PAP-018, task 07, 79-PAP-019, task 07, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
6714 79-BAN-031, task 02, 79-PAP-015 tasks 02, 03, 04, 79-PAP-017, task 02, 79-PAP-020, task 02, 79-PAP-021, task 04, large VHS tapes, circa September, 1979-June, 1981
boxfolder
681 79-BSP-024, task 07, 79-BSP-025, task 07, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
682 79-BSP-024, task 02, 79-BSP-026, task 02, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
683 79-BSP-025, task 02, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
684 79-BSP-029, task 02, 79-BSP-032, task 02, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
685 79-BSP-030, task 02, 79-BSP-031, task 02, video tape reels, circa October 11, 1979
686 79-BSP-033, task 02, 79-BSP-034, task 02, video tape reels, circa September, 1979-October, 1979
boxfolder
691 79-BSP-024, task 04, 79-BSP-025, task 04, 79-BSP-026, task 04, 79-BSP-027, task 04, 79-BSP-028, task 04, 79-BSP-029, task 04, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
692 79-BSP-025, task 03, 79-BSP-027, task 03, 79-BSP-028, task 03, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
693 79-BSP-027, task 07, 79-BSP-028, task 07, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
694 79-BSP-024, task 03, 79-BSP-026, task 03, 79-BSP-027, task 03, 79-BSP-029, task 03, video tape reels, circa October, 1979-November, 1979
boxfolder
701 81-WP01 Subject 1, October 20, 1981
Subseries 8 A Two-Year Case Study Observing the Development of Third and Fourth Grade Native American Children’s Writing Processes, 1981-1993 (bulk 1981-1983)
This subseries contains materials associated with a two-year research project that observed how Tohono O’Odham 3rd and 4th grade children learned to read and write. Individual subjects each have numerous folder files, organized chronologically by the sessions the researchers had with them. Each of the 11 subjects has an average of 20 to 30 session files. Project documentation includes interviews, correspondence, some parent-child permission forms, data analysis, and children that were interviewed but not included as official research subjects. Names redacted from finding aid and replaced with Subject 1-15.
Media includes over 25 tape cassettes, 50 audio tape reels, and 40 VHS cassettes.
boxfolder
702 81-WP01 Subject 1, October, 29, 1981
703 81-WP01 Subject 1, November 10, 1981
704 81-WP01 Subject 1, November 17, 1981
705 81-WP01 Subject 1, November 24, 1981
706 81-WP01 Subject 1, January 5, 1982
707 81-WP01 Subject 1, January 12, 1982
708 81-WP01 Subject 1, January 19, 1982
709 81-WP01 Subject 1, March 10, 1982
7010 81-WP01 Subject 1, September 14, 1982
7011 81-WP01 Subject 1, September 15, 1982
7012 81-WP01 Subject 1, A, September 21, 1982
7013 81-WP01 Subject 1, B, September 21, 1982
7014 81-WP01 Subject 1, November 9, 1982
7015 81-WP01 Subject 1, November 16, 1982
7016 81-WP01 Subject 1, December 2, 1982
7017 81-WP01 Subject 1, January 27, 1983
7018 81-WP01 Subject 1, A, February 10, 1983
7019 81-WP01 Subject 1, B, February 10, 1983
7020 81-WP01 Subject 1, April 7, 1983
7021 81-WP01 Subject 1, April 28, 1983
7022 81-WP01 Subject 1, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7023 81-WP01 Subject 1, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1982
7024 81-WP01 Subject 1, Orthography computer printout, 1983
7025 81-WP01 Subject 1, Parent and personal data, undated
7026 81-WP01 Subject 1, Problems, Year 1, circa 1982
7027 81-WP01 Subject 1, Semantics, September 14, 1982
7028 81-WP01 Subject 1, Spelling, 1983
7029 81-WP01 Subject 1, Syntax, 1983
7030 81-WP01 Subject 1, Unobserved stories, 1982-1983
7031 81-WP02 Subject 2, November 3, 1981
7032 81-WP02 Subject 2, November 5, 1981
7033 81-WP02 Subject 2, November 10, 1981
7034 81-WP02 Subject 2, November 24, 1981
7035 81-WP02 Subject 2, December 3, 1981
7036 81-WP02 Subject 2, December 10, 1981
7037 81-WP02 Subject 2, January 8, 1982
7038 81-WP02 Subject 2, February 2, 1982
7039 81-WP02 Subject 2, February 4, 1982
7040 81-WP02 Subject 2, February 16, 1982
7041 81-WP02 Subject 2, February 18, 1982
7042 81-WP02 Subject 2, February 25, 1982
7043 81-WP02 Subject 2, March 4, 1982
7044 81-WP02 Subject 2, March 9, 1982
7045 81-WP02 Subject 2, March 25, 1982
7046 81-WP02 Subject 2, April 15, 1982
7047 81-WP02 Subject 2, May 4, 1982
7048 81-WP02 Subject 2, May 11, 1982
boxfolder
711 81-WP02 Subject 2, November 9, 1982
712 81-WP02 Subject 2, November 16, 1982
713 81-WP02 Subject 2, December 2, 1982
714 81-WP02 Subject 2, December 7, 1982
715 81-WP02 Subject 2, January 20, 1983
716 81-WP02 Subject 2, January 27, 1983
717 81-WP02 Subject 2, A, February 10, 1983
718 81-WP02 Subject 2, B, February 10, 1983
719 81-WP02 Subject 2, A, April 7, 1983
7110 81-WP02 Subject 2, B, April 7, 1983
7111 81-WP02 Subject 2, April 14, 1983
7112 81-WP02 Subject 2, April 28, 1983
7113 81-WP02 Subject 2, 1986-1987
7114 81-WP02 Subject 2, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7115 81-WP02 Subject 2, Bi-monthly interviews, 1981-1983
7116 81-WP02 Subject 2, Case study, 1981-1983
7117 81-WP02 Subject 2, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1983
7118 81-WP02 Subject 2, Cumulative syntax, Year 2, 1983
7119 81-WP02 Subject 2, Data analysis summary sheets, Years 1 and 2, 1982-1983
7120 81-WP02 Subject 2, Orthography, 1982-1983
7121 81-WP02 Subject 2, Parent and personal data, undated
7122 81-WP02 Subject 2, Problems, 1982-1983
7123 81-WP02 Subject 2, RMI, 1982
7124 81-WP02 Subject 2, Semantic analysis, Year 1, 1982
7125 81-WP02 Subject 2, Spelling, 1983
7126 81-WP02 Subject 2, Syntax, 1983
7127 81-WP02 Subject 2, Unobserved stories, 1981-1982
7128 81-WP03 Subject 3, October 20, 1981
7129 81-WP03 Subject 3, November 3, 1981
7130 81-WP03 Subject 3, November 10, 1981
7131 81-WP03 Subject 3, November 17, 1981
7132 81-WP03 Subject 3, November 19, 1981
7133 81-WP03 Subject 3, November 24, 1981
7134 81-WP03 Subject 3, December 3, 1981
7135 81-WP03 Subject 3, December 10, 1981
7136 81-WP03 Subject 3, January 5, 1982
7137 81-WP03 Subject 3, January 7, 1982
7138 81-WP03 Subject 3, January 26, 1982
boxfolder
721 81-WP03 Subject 3, January 28, 1982
722 81-WP03 Subject 3, February 9, 1982
723 81-WP03 Subject 3, February 11, 1982
724 81-WP03 Subject 3, February 23, 1982
725 81-WP03 Subject 3, March 4, 1982
726 81-WP03 Subject 3, March 9, 1982
727 81-WP03 Subject 3, March 30, 1982
728 81-WP03 Subject 3, April 13, 1982
729 81-WP03 Subject 3, May 4, 1982
7210 81-WP03 Subject 3, September 14, 1982
7211 81-WP03 Subject 3, A, September 21, 1982
7212 81-WP03 Subject 3, B, September 21, 1982
7213 81-WP03 Subject 3, A, October 7, 1982
7214 81-WP03 Subject 3, B, October 7, 1982
7215 81-WP03 Subject 3, A, October 12, 1982
7216 81-WP03 Subject 3, B, October 12, 1982
7217 81-WP03 Subject 3, October 19, 1982
7218 81-WP03 Subject 3, A, October 26, 1982
7219 81-WP03 Subject 3, B, October 26, 1982
7220 81-WP03 Subject 3, November 2, 1982
7221 81-WP03 Subject 3, A, November 9, 1982
7222 81-WP03 Subject 3, B, November 9, 1982
7223 81-WP03 Subject 3, November 16, 1982
7224 81-WP03 Subject 3, December 2, 1982
7225 81-WP03 Subject 3, circa 1982
7226 81-WP03 Subject 3, January 27, 1983
7227 81-WP03 Subject 3, February 3, 1983
7228 81-WP03 Subject 3, February 10, 1983
7229 81-WP03 Subject 3, February 17, 1983
7230 81-WP03 Subject 3, March 24, 1983
7231 81-WP03 Subject 3, April 7, 1983
7232 81-WP03 Subject 3, April 14, 1983
7233 81-WP03 Subject 3, April 28, 1983
7234 81-WP03 Subject 3, 1986-1987
7235 81-WP03 Subject 3, 1987
7236 81-WP03 Subject 3, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982
7237 81-WP03 Subject 3, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1983
7238 81-WP03 Subject 3, Bi-monthly interviews, 1981-1983
7239 81-WP03 Subject 3, Data analysis summary sheets, Years 1 and 2, 1982-1983
7240 81-WP03 Subject 3, Orthography, 1982-1983
boxfolder
731 81-WP03 Subject 3, Parent interview and data, April 20, 1983
732 81-WP03 Subject 3, Possible entries, undated
733 81-WP03 Subject 3, Problems, 1982-1983
734 81-WP03 Subject 3, RMI, undated
735 81-WP03 Subject 3, Semantic analysis, Year 1, 1982
736 81-WP03 Subject 3, Syntax, 1982-1983
737 81-WP04 Subject 4, October 20, 1981
738 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 5, 1982
739 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 7, 1982
7310 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 12, 1982
7311 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 14, 1982
7312 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 19, 1982
7313 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 28, 1982
7314 81-WP04 Subject 4, February 2, 1982
7315 81-WP04 Subject 4, February 11, 1982
7316 81-WP04 Subject 4, February 23, 1982
7317 81-WP04 Subject 4, March 1, 1982
7318 81-WP04 Subject 4, March 4, 1982
7319 81-WP04 Subject 4, March 9, 1982
7320 81-WP04 Subject 4, March 16, 1982
7321 81-WP04 Subject 4, March 30, 1982
7322 81-WP04 Subject 4, April 27, 1982
7323 81-WP04 Subject 4, April 29, 1982
7324 81-WP04 Subject 4, September 15, 1982
7325 81-WP04 Subject 4, September 29, 1982
7326 81-WP04 Subject 4, October 13, 1982
7327 81-WP04 Subject 4, October 27, 1982
7328 81-WP04 Subject 4, November 3, 1982
7329 81-WP04 Subject 4, November 10, 1982
7330 81-WP04 Subject 4, November 17, 1982
7331 81-WP04 Subject 4, December 8, 1982
7332 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 19, 1983
7333 81-WP04 Subject 4, January 26, 1983
7334 81-WP04 Subject 4, February 2, 1983
7335 81-WP04 Subject 4, February 9, 1983
7336 81-WP04 Subject 4, March 9, 1983
7337 81-WP04 Subject 4, April 13, 1983
7338 81-WP04 Subject 4, April 27, 1983
7339 81-WP04 Subject 4, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7340 81-WP04 Subject 4, Bi-monthly interviews, 1982-1983
7341 81-WP04 Subject 4, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1983
7342 81-WP04 Subject 4, Data analysis summary sheets, 1981-1983
7343 81-WP04 Subject 4, Data and graphs, 1981-1983
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741 81-WP04 Subject 4, Orthography, 1982-1983
742 81-WP04 Subject 4, Parent interview and data, April 20, 1983
743 81-WP04 Subject 4, Problems, 1982-1983
744 81-WP04 Subject 4, RMI, circa May 6, 1982
745 81-WP04 Subject 4, Semantics, 1981-1982
746 81-WP04 Subject 4, Spelling computer printouts, 1981-1983
747 81-WP04 Subject 4, Unobserved stories, October 20, 1981
748 81-WP05 Subject 5, October 20, 1981
749 81-WP05 Subject 5, October 29, 1981
7410 81-WP05 Subject 5, November 10, 1981
7411 81-WP05 Subject 5, November 17, 1981
7412 81-WP05 Subject 5, December 8, 1981
7413 81-WP05 Subject 5, January 12, 1982
7414 81-WP05 Subject 5, January 14, 1982
7415 81-WP05 Subject 5, February 2, 1982
7416 81-WP05 Subject 5, February 4, 1982
7417 81-WP05 Subject 5, February 9, 1982
7418 81-WP05 Subject 5, February 23, 1982
7419 81-WP05 Subject 5, February 25, 1982
7420 81-WP05 Subject 5, March 2, 1982
7421 81-WP05 Subject 5, March 4, 1982
7422 81-WP05 Subject 5, March 9, 1982
7423 81-WP05 Subject 5, March 11, 1982
7424 81-WP05 Subject 5, March 30, 1982
7425 81-WP05 Subject 5, April 14, 1982
7426 81-WP05 Subject 5, April 29, 1982
7427 81-WP05 Subject 5, May 5, 1982
7428 81-WP05 Subject 5, May 6, 1982
7429 81-WP05 Subject 5, A, September 21, 1982
7430 81-WP05 Subject 5, B, September 21, 1982
7431 81-WP05 Subject 5, C, September 21, 1982
7432 81-WP05 Subject 5, October 7, 1982
7433 81-WP05 Subject 5, October 8, 1982
7434 81-WP05 Subject 5, October 12, 1982
7435 81-WP05 Subject 5, October 19, 1982
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751 81-WP05 Subject 5, October 26, 1982
752 81-WP05 Subject 5, November 9, 1982
753 81-WP05 Subject 5, November 16, 1982
754 81-WP05 Subject 5, A, December 2, 1982
755 81-WP05 Subject 5, B, December 2, 1982
756 81-WP05 Subject 5, January 20, 1983
757 81-WP05 Subject 5, February 3, 1983
758 81-WP05 Subject 5, February 17, 1983
759 81-WP05 Subject 5, March 10, 1983
7510 81-WP05 Subject 5, March 24, 1983
7511 81-WP05 Subject 5, A, April 7, 1983
7512 81-WP05 Subject 5, B, April 7, 1983
7513 81-WP05 Subject 5, April 14, 1983
7514 81-WP05 Subject 5, April 28, 1983
7515 81-WP05 Subject 5, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7516 81-WP05 Subject 5, Bi-monthly interviews, 1981-1983
7517 81-WP05 Subject 5, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1983
7518 81-WP05 Subject 5, Data analysis summary sheets, Years 1 and 2, 1982-1983
7519 81-WP05 Subject 5, Orthography, 1982-1983
7520 81-WP05 Subject 5, Parent interview and data, 1982-1983
7521 81-WP05 Subject 5, Problems, 1982-1983
7522 81-WP05 Subject 5, RMI, undated
7523 81-WP05 Subject 5, Semantic analysis, Years 1 and 2, 1982-1983
7524 81-WP05 Subject 5, Spelling computer printouts, circa 1981-1983
7525 81-WP05 Subject 5, Syntax, 1982-1983
7526 81-WP05 Subject 5, Unobserved stories, 1981
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761 81-WP06 Subject 6, November 5, 1981
762 81-WP06 Subject 6, November 17, 1981
763 81-WP06 Subject 6, November 24, 1981
764 81-WP06 Subject 6, December 8, 1981
765 81-WP06 Subject 6, January 5, 1982
766 81-WP06 Subject 6, February 4, 1982
767 81-WP06 Subject 6, February 9, 1982
768 81-WP06 Subject 6, February 16, 1982
769 81-WP06 Subject 6, February 18, 1982
7610 81-WP06 Subject 6, March 4, 1982
7611 81-WP06 Subject 6, March 17, 1982
7612 81-WP06 Subject 6, March 25, 1982
7613 81-WP06 Subject 6, April 13, 1982
7614 81-WP06 Subject 6, May 6, 1982
7615 81-WP06 Subject 6, May 11, 1982
7616 81-WP06 Subject 6, May 18, 1982
7617 81-WP06 Subject 6, September 22, 1982
7618 81-WP06 Subject 6, October 20, 1982
7619 81-WP06 Subject 6, October 27, 1982
7620 81-WP06 Subject 6, December 1, 1982
7621 81-WP06 Subject 6, December 8, 1982
7622 81-WP06 Subject 6, January 19, 1983
7623 81-WP06 Subject 6, February 2, 1983
7624 81-WP06 Subject 6, February 16, 1983
7625 81-WP06 Subject 6, February 23, 1983
7626 81-WP06 Subject 6, March 23, 1983
7627 81-WP06 Subject 6, April 13, 1983
7628 81-WP06 Subject 6, April 27, 1983
7629 81-WP06 Subject 6, May 19, 1983
7630 81-WP06 Subject 6, July 26, 1983
7631 81-WP06 Subject 6, November 21, 1985
7632 81-WP06 Subject 6, December 11, 1985
7633 81-WP06 Subject 6, April 5, 1986
7634 81-WP06 Subject 6, April 30, 1986
7635 81-WP06 Subject 6, 1986-1987
7636 81-WP06 Subject 6, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7637 81-WP06 Subject 6, Bi-monthly interviews and Concepts of Writing, 1982-1983 (1 of 2)
7637 81-WP06 Subject 6, Bi-monthly interviews and Concepts of Writing, 1982-1983 (2 of 2)
7639 81-WP06 Subject 6, Compilation of writing used in bi-monthly interviews, 1985-1986
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771 81-WP06 Subject 6, Orthography, 1982-1983
772 81-WP06 Subject 6, Parent interview and data, April 21, 1983
773 81-WP06 Subject 6, Problems, 1982-1983
774 81-WP06 Subject 6, Semantic analysis, Year 1, 1981-1982
775 81-WP06 Subject 6, Spelling, 1982-1983
776 81-WP06 Subject 6, Syntax, 1982-1983
777 81-WP06 Subject 6, Unobserved stories, 1981-1983
778 81-WP07 Subject 7, October 20, 1981
779 81-WP07 Subject 7, November 3, 1981
7710 81-WP07 Subject 7, November 10, 1981
7711 81-WP07 Subject 7, November 17, 1981
7712 81-WP07 Subject 7, November 24, 1981
7713 81-WP07 Subject 7, December 10, 1981
7714 81-WP07 Subject 7, January 5, 1982
7715 81-WP07 Subject 7, January 7, 1982
7716 81-WP07 Subject 7, January 14, 1982
7717 81-WP07 Subject 7, January 19, 1982
7718 81-WP07 Subject 7, January 21, 1982
7719 81-WP07 Subject 7, February 2, 1982
7720 81-WP07 Subject 7, February 11, 1982
7721 81-WP07 Subject 7, March 3, 1982
7722 81-WP07 Subject 7, March 4, 1982
7723 81-WP07 Subject 7, March 11, 1982
7724 81-WP07 Subject 7, March 30, 1982
7725 81-WP07 Subject 7, March 31, 1982
7726 81-WP07 Subject 7, April 15, 1982
7727 81-WP07 Subject 7, May 5, 1982
7728 81-WP07 Subject 7, November 14, 1982
7729 81-WP07 Subject 7, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7730 81-WP07 Subject 7, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1982
7731 81-WP07 Subject 7, Orthography, 1982
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781 81-WP07 Subject 7, Parent interview and data, May 28, 1982
782 81-WP07 Subject 7, Problems, Year 1, 1982
783 81-WP07 Subject 7, Semantic analysis, Year 1, 1982
784 81-WP07 Subject 7, Spelling, Year 1, 1982
785 81-WP07 Subject 7, Syntax, undated
786 81-WP08 Subject 8, October 27, 1981
787 81-WP08 Subject 8, November 3, 1981
788 81-WP08 Subject 8, November 10, 1981
789 81-WP08 Subject 8, November 17, 1981
7810 81-WP08 Subject 8, January 5, 1982
7811 81-WP08 Subject 8, February 2, 1982
7812 81-WP08 Subject 8, February 9, 1982
7813 81-WP08 Subject 8, February 11, 1982
7814 81-WP08 Subject 8, February 16, 1982
7815 81-WP08 Subject 8, March 2, 1982
7816 81-WP08 Subject 8, March 16, 1982
7817 81-WP08 Subject 8, March 30, 1982
7818 81-WP08 Subject 8, April 29, 1982
7819 81-WP08 Subject 8, May 4, 1982
7820 81-WP08 Subject 8, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7821 81-WP08 Subject 8, Bi-monthly interviews, 1982
7822 81-WP08 Subject 8, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1982
7823 81-WP08 Subject 8, Orthography, circa 1981
7824 81-WP08 Subject 8, Parent interview and data, May 28, 1982
7825 81-WP08 Subject 8, Problems, Year 1, 1981
7826 81-WP08 Subject 8, RMI, May 18, 1982
7827 81-WP08 Subject 8, Semantic Analysis, Year 1, 1982
7828 81-WP08 Subject 8, Spelling, Year 1, 1982
7829 81-WP08 Subject 8, Syntax, cumulative, Year 1, 1982
7830 81-WP09 Subject 9, October 29, 1981
7831 81-WP09 Subject 9, November 5, 1981
7832 81-WP09 Subject 9, November 10, 1981
7833 81-WP09 Subject 9, November 19, 1981
7834 81-WP09 Subject 9, January 5, 1982
7835 81-WP09 Subject 9, January 7, 1982
7836 81-WP09 Subject 9, January 12, 1982
7837 81-WP09 Subject 9, January 14, 1982
7838 81-WP09 Subject 9, January 28, 1982
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791 81-WP09 Subject 9, February 4, 1982
792 81-WP09 Subject 9, February 9, 1982
793 81-WP09 Subject 9, February 16, 1982
794 81-WP09 Subject 9, February 23, 1982
795 81-WP09 Subject 9, March 1, 1982
796 81-WP09 Subject 9, March 4, 1982
797 81-WP09 Subject 9, March 11, 1982
798 81-WP09 Subject 9, March 30, 1982
799 81-WP09 Subject 9, May 6, 1982
7910 81-WP09 Subject 9, September 15, 1982
7911 81-WP09 Subject 9, October 13, 1982
7912 81-WP09 Subject 9, October 27, 1982
7913 81-WP09 Subject 9, November 3, 1982
7914 81-WP09 Subject 9, November 10, 1982
7915 81-WP09 Subject 9, November 17, 1982
7916 81-WP09 Subject 9, December 1, 1982
7917 81-WP09 Subject 9, December 8, 1982
7918 81-WP09 Subject 9, January 19, 1983
7919 81-WP09 Subject 9, January 26, 1983
7920 81-WP09 Subject 9, February 9, 1983
7921 81-WP09 Subject 9, A, February 23, 1983
7922 81-WP09 Subject 9, B, February 23, 1983
7923 81-WP09 Subject 9, March 9, 1983
7924 81-WP09 Subject 9, April 6, 1983
7925 81-WP09 Subject 9, April 13, 1983
7926 81-WP09 Subject 9, April 27, 1983
7927 81-WP09 Subject 9, December 11, 1985
7928 81-WP09 Subject 9, February 3, 1986
7929 81-WP09 Subject 9, March 10, 1986
7930 81-WP09 Subject 9, April 7, 1986
7931 81-WP09 Subject 9, May 5, 1986
7932 81-WP09 Subject 9, 1986-1987
7933 81-WP09 Subject 9, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
7934 81-WP09 Subject 9, Bi-monthly interviews, 1981-1983
7935 81-WP09 Subject 9, Compilation of writing for bi-monthly interviews, circa 1985-1986
7936 81-WP09 Subject 9, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1983
7937 81-WP09 Subject 9, Data analysis summary sheets, Years 1 and 2, 1982-1983
7938 81-WP09 Subject 9, Orthography, 1982-1983
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801 81-WP09 Subject 9, Parent interview and data, 1982-1983
802 81-WP09 Subject 9, Problems, 1982-1983
803 81-WP09 Subject 9, RMI, undated
804 81-WP09 Subject 9, Semantic analysis, Year 1, 1981-1983
805 81-WP09 Subject 9, Spelling, 1982-1983
806 81-WP09 Subject 9, Syntax, 1982-1983
807 81-WP10 Subject 10, November 17, 1981
808 81-WP10 Subject 10, November 19, 1981
809 81-WP10 Subject 10, January 5, 1982
8010 81-WP10 Subject 10, January 19, 1982
8011 81-WP10 Subject 10, February 2, 1982
8012 81-WP10 Subject 10, February 9, 1982
8013 81-WP10 Subject 10, February 11, 1982
8014 81-WP10 Subject 10, February 16, 1982
8015 81-WP10 Subject 10, March 2, 1982
8016 81-WP10 Subject 10, March 11, 1982
8017 81-WP10 Subject 10, March 31, 1982
8018 81-WP10 Subject 10, April 29, 1982
8019 81-WP10 Subject 10, May 6, 1982
8020 81-WP10 Subject 10, Analysis procedure check-off sheet, 1982-1983
8021 81-WP10 Subject 10, Bi-monthly interviews, 1982
8022 81-WP10 Subject 10, Concepts of Writing, 1981-1982
8023 81-WP10 Subject 10, Orthography, 1982
8024 81-WP10 Subject 10, Parent interview and data, May 28, 1982
8025 81-WP10 Subject 10, Problems, 1982
8026 81-WP10 Subject 10, Semantic analysis, Year 1, 1982
8027 81-WP10 Subject 10, Spelling, 1982
8028 81-WP10 Subject 10, Syntax, cumulative, 1982
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811 81-WP11 Subject 11, October 20, 1981
812 81-WP11 Subject 11, November 19, 1981
813 81-WP11 Subject 11, January 5, 1982
814 81-WP11 Subject 11, January 12, 1982
815 81-WP11 Subject 11, March 2, 1982
816 81-WP11 Subject 11, April 27, 1982
817 81-WP11 Subject 11, September 22, 1982
818 81-WP11 Subject 11, October 20, 1982
819 81-WP11 Subject 11, October 27, 1982
8110 81-WP11 Subject 11, November 3, 1982
8111 81-WP11 Subject 11, November 17, 1982
8112 81-WP11 Subject 11, December 1, 1982
8113 81-WP11 Subject 11, December 8, 1982
8114 81-WP11 Subject 11, Bi-monthly interviews, 1982
8115 81-WP11 Subject 11, Concepts of Writing, 1982
8116 All Subjects, Bi-monthly interviews, undated
8117 All Subjects, Capitalization and punctuation, Year 1, 1982
8118 All Subjects, Capitalization and punctuation, Year 2, 1983
8119 All Subjects, Capitalization and punctuation, Years 1 and 2, 1982-1983
8120 All Subjects, Orthography, Year 1, 1982
8121 All Subjects, Spelling, 1982-1983
8122 All Subjects, Syntax, Year 1, 1982
8123 All Subjects, Syntax, Year 2, 1983
8124 All Subjects, Syntax, Years 1 and 2, 1982-1983
8125 Audio-video log, 1981-1982
8126 Case study framework, undated
8127 Computer operating expenses, 1983-1984
8128 Computer program notes, undated
8129 Concepts of Writing interview form, circa 1982
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821 Conferences and publications, 1981-1983
822 Consultations notes, circa 1982
823 Correspondence, 1981-1982
824 Data collection summaries, 1981-1983
825 Debriefing notes, 1982
826 Debriefings, Post, 1986
827 Debriefings, Sells, Year 2, 1982-1983
828 Debriefings, Topawa, Year 2, 1982-1983
829 Subject 9 and Subject 5 reading their own stories, circa 1982-1983
8210 Equipment, 1981-1984
8211 Final report original copy, January, 1984 (1 of 2)
8212 Final report original copy, January, 1984 (2 of 2)
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831 Manual observation form procedures, circa 1982
832 Monthly reports, National Institute of Education, 1981-1982
833 National Institute of Education budget, 1981-1984
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841-16 Non-Subjects, 16 individuals, 1981-1982, undated
8417 Orthography organization, undated
8418 Orthography protocols, undated
8419 Parent-child permission forms, 1981-1983, 1991-1993
8420 Personnel budget, 1982-1984
8421 Photocopy operating expenses, 1981-1983
8422 Procedures and policy for computer coding, undated
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851 Project proposal for National Institute of Education, January 26, 1981
852 Proposal revisions and extensions, 1981-1983
853 Quarterly reports, National Institute of Education, 1982-1983
854 Related literature, undated
855 Semantics final report, 1982-1983
856 Staff meetings notes, 1982-1983
857 Statistical analysis, 1982-1983
858 Syntax protocols, circa 1982
859 Teacher interviews, 1982-1983
8510 Teacher interviews, Year 1, 1982
8511 Teacher interviews, Year 2, 1982-1983
8512 Tohono O'odham research news clippings, Arizona Daily Star, March, 1986
8513 Video analysis notes, 1982
8514 Writing project binder, 1982-1983 (1 of 3)
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861 Writing project binder, 1982-1983 (2 of 3)
862 Writing project binder, 1982-1983 (3 of 3)
863 Writing samples (Tohono), circa 1981-1983
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871-15 81-WP Year 1, Tape #101-#114, audio cassettes, 1981
8716-18 81-WP Year 2, Tape #115-#117, audio cassettes, 1981
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881-3 81-WP Year 2, Tape #118, #121, #122, audio cassettes, 1981
884 Subject 1, audio cassette, 1982-1983
885 81-WP03 Subject 3, audio cassette, 1982-1983
886 81-WP04 Subject 4, audio cassette, 1982-1983
887 81-WP05 Subject 5, audio cassette, 1982-1983
888 81-WP07 Subject 7, audio cassette, 1982-1983
889 Subject 12 interview, audio cassette, November 17, 1982
8810 3E Subject 2, Writing concepts interview, audio cassette, April 14, 1983
8811 3J Subject 9, Bi-monthly interview, audio cassette, April 27, 1983
8812 Subject 6, Bi-monthly interview, audio cassette, May 5, 1986
8813 Subject 6, Concepts of Writing interview, audio cassette, Spring, 1986
8814 Subject 9, Concepts of Writing interview, audio cassette, Spring, 1986
8815 Subject 13, audio cassette, May 22, 1986
8816 Subject 2, Concepts of Writing, audio cassette, February 25, 1987
8817 Subject 3, Concepts of Writing, Subject 9, Concepts of Writing, audio cassette, February 25, 1987
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891 Subject 6, Concepts of Writing, audio cassette, March 25, 1987
892 Subject 2, Bi-monthly interview, Subject 3, Bi-monthly interview, audio cassette, April 29, 1987
893 Subject 9, Bi-monthly interview, audio cassette, May 13, 1987
894 Subject 14, audio cassette, May 13, 1987
895 Subject 3, Bi-monthly interview, audio cassette, May 13, 1987
896 Subject 15, About Language, audio cassette, circa March 28, 1987
897 3 untitled tapes, audio cassettes, undated
898 53 minidisks, undated
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901 1A, magnetic tape reel, November 5, 1981-February 25, 1982
902 1B, magnetic tape reel, October 27, 1981-December 8, 1981
903 1C, magnetic tape reel, October 27, 1981-December 8, 1981
904 1D, magnetic tape reel, March 11, 1982
905 1E, magnetic tape reel, November 5, 1981-December 14, 1981
906 1F, magnetic tape reel, March 11, 1982
907 1G, magnetic tape reel, November 5, 1981-December 15, 1981
908 1H, magnetic tape reel, March 11, 1982
909 1I, magnetic tape reel, October 27, 1981-December 15, 1981
9010 1J, magnetic tape reel, March 11, 1982
9011 1K, magnetic tape reel, October 27, 1981-December 8, 1981
9012 1L, magnetic tape reel, March 11, 1982
9013 1M, magnetic tape reel, October 27, 1981
9014 1N, magnetic tape reel, October 27, 1981
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911 1O, magnetic tape reel, May 14, 1982
912 1P, magnetic tape reel, November 5, 1981-December 6, 1981
913 1Q, magnetic tape reel, March 11, 1982
914 1R, magnetic tape reel, February 19, 1982
915 1S, magnetic tape reel, May 18, 1982
916 1T, magnetic tape reel, May 18, 1982
917 1U, magnetic tape reel, April 23, 1982-April 27, 1982
918 1V, magnetic tape reel, May 6, 1982-May 18, 1982
919 1W, magnetic tape reel, May 6, 1982
9110 2A, magnetic tape reel, November 10, 1982
9111 2B, magnetic tape reel, circa September 29, 1982
9112 2C, magnetic tape reel, October 7, 1982
9113 2D, magnetic tape reel, September 29, 1982
9114 2E, magnetic tape reel, circa October 13, 1982
9115 2F, magnetic tape reel, circa September 29, 1982
9116 2G, magnetic tape reel, October 4, 1982
9117 2H, magnetic tape reel, November 9, 1982
9118 2I, magnetic tape reel, November 10, 1982
9119 2J, magnetic tape reel, November 10, 1982
9120 2K, magnetic tape reel, November 10, 1982
9121 2L, magnetic tape reel, November 16, 1982
9122 2M, magnetic tape reel, November 16, 1982
9123 2N, magnetic tape reel, November 16, 1982
9124 2O, magnetic tape reel, December 1, 1982
9125 2P, magnetic tape reel, December 7, 1982
9126 2Q, magnetic tape reel, December 7, 1982
9127 2R, magnetic tape reel, February 9, 1983
9128 2S, magnetic tape reel, February 9, 1983
9129 2T, magnetic tape reel, February 16, 1983
9130 2U, magnetic tape reel, February 16, 1983
9131 2V, magnetic tape reel, February 23, 1983
9132 2X, magnetic tape reel, February 17, 1983
9133 2Y, magnetic tape reel, March 10, 1983
9134 2Z, magnetic tape reel, March 23, 1983
9135 untitled, magnetic tape reel, March 23, 1983
9136 3A, magnetic tape reel, March 23, 1983
9137 3B, magnetic tape reel, April 7, 1983
9138 3C, magnetic tape reel, April 6, 1983
9139 3D, magnetic tape reel, April 14, 1983
9140 3E, magnetic tape reel, April 14, 1983
9141 3F, magnetic tape reel, April 14, 1983
9142 3G, magnetic tape reel, April 20, 1983
9143 3H, magnetic tape reel, April 27, 1983
9144 3I, magnetic tape reel, April 27, 1983
9145 3J, magnetic tape reel, April 27, 1983
9146 3K, magnetic tape reel, April 27, 1983
9147 3L, magnetic tape reel, April 28, 1983
9148 3M, magnetic tape reel, April 28, 1983
9149 3N, magnetic tape reel, April 28, 1983
9150 3O, magnetic tape reel, April 28, 1983
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921 81A, VHS tape, December, 1981-February, 1982
922 82A, VHS tape, January, 1982
923 82B, VHS tape, February, 1982
924 82C, VHS tape, February, 1982-March, 1982
925 82D, VHS tape, April, 1982-May, 1982
926 82E, VHS tape, undated
927 82G, VHS tape, October, 1982
928 82H, VHS tape, August, 1982-February, 1983
929 82I, VHS tape, October, 1982
9210 82J, VHS tape, October, 1982
9211 82K, VHS tape, October, 1982-November, 1982
9212 82L, VHS tape, October, 1982
9213 82M, VHS tape, October, 1982
9214 82N, VHS tape, December, 1982
9215 82O, VHS tape, January, 1983-February, 1983
9216 82P, VHS tape, December, 1982
9217 82Q, VHS tape, January, 1983
9218 82R, VHS tape, December, 1982
9219 82S, VHS tape, January, 1983-February, 1983
9220 82T, VHS tape, February, 1983
9221 82U, VHS tape, February, 1983
9222 82V, VHS tape, February, 1983
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931 82W, VHS tape, February, 1983
932 82X, VHS tape, February, 1983
933 82Y, VHS tape, February, 1983
934 82Z, VHS tape, February, 1983
935 83A, VHS tape, March, 1983
936 83B, VHS tape, April, 1983
937 83C, VHS tape, February, 1983
938 83D, VHS tape, March, 1983
939 83E, VHS tape, February, 1983
9310 83F, VHS tape, April, 1983
9311 83G, VHS tape, April, 1983
9312 83I, VHS tape, March, 1983
9313 83K, VHS tape, April, 1983
9314 83L, VHS tape, April, 1983
9315 83M, VHS tape, April, 1983
9316 83N, VHS tape, April, 1983
9317 83O, VHS tape, April, 1983
9318 83W, VHS tape, April, 1983
9319 83X, VHS tape, April, 1983
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941 R102/AL Subject 1, 12 readings, October, 1989-June, 1990 (1 of 3)
Subseries 9 A Study of Retrospective Miscue Analysis with Good and Poor Readers in Seventh Grade, 1981-1999 (bulk 1989-1990)
This subseries contains materials associated with a research project studying the reading differences between good and poor readers in 7th grade through retrospective miscue analysis.
“Reading Miscue Inventory will be used as pre and post measurements to note growth in reading proficiency. Interpretive evaluation of the Retrospective Miscue Analysis data will provide insight into readers’ self-reflection about the reading process and information about metalinguistic knowledge.”
This research project was completed at Pistor Middle School in the Tucson Unified School District in Tucson, Arizona. Media includes over 200 tape cassettes and a few audio tape reels. Tape cassettes include preliminary and closing interviews for each individual subject, and both reading and analysis of subjects’ reading miscues. Names are redacted in finding aid and replaced with Subject numbers.
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942 R102/AL Subject 1, 12 readings, October, 1989-June, 1990 (2 of 3)
943 R102/AL Subject 1, 12 readings, October, 1989-June, 1990 (3 of 3)
944 R103/AL Subject 2, 9 readings, October, 1989-May, 1989
945 R104/JO Subject 3, 9 readings, October, 1989-December, 1989
946 R105/JO Subject 4, 3 readings, October 9, 1989
947 R106 Subject 5, first reading interview, November 1, 1989
948 R106.01 Subject 5, The Man Who Kept House: retelling, November 1, 1989
949 R106.01 Subject 5, The Man Who Kept House, January 30, 1990
9410 R106.02 Subject 5, Bill Evers and the Tigers: retelling, November 29, 1989
9411 R106.02 Subject 5, Bill Evers and the Tigers, June 5, 1990
9412 R106.03 Subject 5, The Zoo: retelling, November 30, 1989
9413 R106.03 Subject 5, The Zoo, February 1, 1990
9414 R106.04 Subject 5, Clever Turtle: retelling, March 14, 1990
9415 R106.04 Subject 5, Clever Turtle, March 20, 1990
9416 R106.05 Subject 5, Mrs. Gorf: retelling, March 14, 1990
9417 R106.05 Subject 5, Mrs. Gorf, March 29, 1990
9418 R106.06 Subject 5, Hello Mallary: retelling, Chapter 1, April 5, 1990
9419 R106.06 Subject 5, Hello Mallary, Chapter 1, April 10, 1990
9420 R106.07 Subject 5, Hello Mallary: retelling, Chapter 2, April 17, 1990
9421 R106.07 Subject 5, Hello Mallary, Chapter 2, April 19, 1990
9422 R106.08 Subject 5, Hello Mallary, Chapter 3, April 20, 1990
9423 R106.09 Subject 5, Hello Mallary: retelling, April 21, 1990
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951 R106.09 Subject 5, Hello Mallary, May 11, 1990
952 R106.10 Subject 5, Hello Mallary, May 15, 1990
953 R106.11 Subject 5, Hello Mallary: retelling, May 25, 1990
954 R106.20x Subject 5, Spring closing interview, June 1, 1990
955 R106.30 Subject 5, The Man Who Kept House, November 26, 1990
956 R106.30x Subject 5, Fall closing interview, December 5, 1990
957 R111/JA Subject 6, 5 readings, circa September, 1989-December, 1989
958 R112/JA Subject 7/Subject 8, 3 readings, February, 1990-November, 1990
959 R113/SA Subject 9/Subject 10, 4 readings, September, 1989-December, 1990
9510 R114/SA Subject 11/Subject 12, 5 readings, September, 1989-December, 1990
9511 R121/JA Subject 13/Subject 14, 6 readings, October, 1989-October, 1990
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961 R122/AL Subject 15, 6 readings, October, 1989-February, 1990
962 R124 Subject 16, first reading interview, October 19, 1989
963 R124.01 Subject 16, The Man Who Kept House: retelling, October 19, 1989
964 R124.01 Subject 16, The Man Who Kept House, November 7, 1989
965 R124.02 Subject 16, Bill Evers and the Tigers: retelling, circa November, 1989
966 R124.02 Subject 16, Bill Evers and the Tigers, December 8, 1989
967 R124.03 Subject 16, The Zoo: retelling, circa January, 1990
968 R124.03 Subject 16, The Zoo, January 19, 1990
969 R124.04 Subject 16, Nelson Mandela: retelling, February 19, 1990
9610 R124.04 Subject 16, Nelson Mandela, March 16, 1990
9611 R124.05 Subject 16, Jumanji: retelling, March 20, 1990
9612 R124.05 Subject 16, Jumanji, March 27, 1990
9613 R124.06 Subject 16, Jumanji, second session, circa March, 1990
9614 R124.07 Subject 16, Mouse & Motorcycle: retelling, April 26, 1990
9615 R124.07 Subject 16, Mouse & Motorcycle, May 4, 1990
9616 R124.08 Subject 16, Mouse & Motorcycle (II): retelling, May 15, 1990
9617 R124.08 Subject 16, Mouse & Motorcycle (II), May 18, 1990
9618 R124.10 Subject 16, Mouse & Motorcycle (III), May 23, 1990
9619 R124.11 Subject 16, Mouse & Motorcycle (IV), May 24, 1990
9620 R124.12 Subject 16, CRMA, undated
9621 R124.12 Subject 16, Anita's Gift, June 4, 1990
9622 R124.13 Subject 16, Anita's Gift: retelling, June 4, 1990
9623 R124.13 Subject 16, Procedure III statistics, October 19, 1989
9624 R124.20x Subject 16, Spring closing interview, June 1, 1990
9625 R124 Subject 16, readings from Fall, 1990
9626 R124.30 Subject 16, From Cave Paintings to Alphabet, November 26, 1990
9627 R124.30x Subject 16, Fall closing interview, December, 1990
9628 R125/JO Subject 17, October, 1989-June, 1990
9629 R126/JO Subject 18, 3 readings, January, 1990
9630 R133 RMA classroom lecture and discussion, April, 1990
9631 The Analysis of Teacher-Student Oral Interactions During RMA Sessions: Developing Language About Reading grant proposal, National Council of Teachers of English, 1999
9632 Interim report, National Council of Teachers of English Research Foundation grant, 1990
9633 Jumanji retelling, 1981
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971 Miscellaneous research, circa October, 1989-February, 1990
972 National Council of Teachers of English correspondence and support letters, 1989-1990
973 National Council of Teachers of English grant ending, budget summaries and expenditures, 1989-1990
974 National Council of Teachers of English research proposal and reports, 1989-1991
975 ORCA typescript and final report, circa 1990
976 Parent permission form (Spanish), blank, circa 1989
977 Research correspondence, National Council of Teachers of English and Pistor Middle School, 1989
978 RMA research, circa October, 1986-November, 1990
979 RMI In Process: Parks vs. People, undated
9710 RMI In Process: Spider, undated
9711 Session organizer, circa October, 1989-January, 1990
9712 Test scores, 1990
9713 Tucson Unified School District permission forms, 1989-1990
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981-17 R102, 17 audio cassettes, October 10, 1989 to May 30, 1990
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991-9 R102, 9 audio cassettes, October 4, 1990 to January 8, 1991
9910-17 R103, 8 audio cassettes, January 18, 1990 to April 4, 1990
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1001-15 R103, 15 audio cassettes, April 5, 1990 to December 6, 1990
10016 R104.JL.01, audio cassette, interview, October 11, 1989
10017 R104.JL.01.rs, audio cassette, October 11, 1989
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1011 R104.JL.01.rma, audio cassette, October 27, 1989
1012 R104.02.rds, audio cassette, October 27, 1989
1013 R104.02.rma, audio cassette, December 7, 1989
1014 R104.03.rds, audio cassette, December 11, 1989
1015 R104.03.rma, audio cassette, December 20, 1989
1016 R104.04.rds, audio cassette, February 9, 1990
1017 R104.04.rma, audio cassette, February 15, 1990
1018 R104.05.rds, audio cassette, February 20, 1990
1019 R104.05.rma, audio cassette, February 2, 1990
10110 R104.06.rds, audio cassette, March 13, 1990
10111 R104.06.rma, audio cassette, circa March, 1990
10112 R104.07.rds, audio cassette, March 23, 1990
10113 R104.07.rma, audio cassette, undated
10114 R104.08.rds, audio cassette, undated
10115 R104.08.rma, audio cassette, undated
10116 R104.09.rma, audio cassette, undated
10117 R104.10.rds, audio cassette, undated
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1021 R104.10.rma, audio cassette, May 17, 1990
1022 R104.11.rds, audio cassette, undated
1023 R104.11.rma, audio cassette, undated
1024 R104.2, audio cassette, closing interview, undated
1025 R105.01, audio cassette, interview, October 11, 1989
1026 R105.01.rs, audio cassette, undated
1027 R105.02.rma, audio cassette, December 8, 1989
1028 R105.03.rds, audio cassette, December 8, 1989
1029 R105.03.rma, audio cassette, December 12, 1989
10210 R105.04.rds, audio cassette, undated
10211 R106.01.rds, audio cassette, November 1, 1989
10212 R106.01.rma, audio cassette, November 7, 1989
10213 R106.02.rds, audio cassette, November 29, 1989
10214 R106.02.rma, audio cassette, January 30, 1990
10215 R106.03.rds, audio cassette, November 30, 1989
10216 R106.03.rma, audio cassette, February 1, 1990
10217 R106.04.rds, audio cassette, undated
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1031 R106.04.rma, audio cassette, March 20, 1990
1032 R106.05.rma, audio cassette, March 29, 1990
1033 R106.06.rds, audio cassette, April 5, 1990
1034 R106.06.rma, audio cassette, April 10, 1990
1035 R106.07.rds, audio cassette, circa April 11, 1990-April 18, 1990
1036 R106.07.rma, audio cassette, April 19, 1990
1037 R106.08.rma, audio cassette, undated
1038 R106.09.rds, audio cassette, undated
1039 R106.09.rma, audio cassette, undated
10310 R106.10.rma, audio cassette, undated
10311 R106.2, Spring closing, audio cassette, undated
10312 R111.01, interview, audio cassette, October 10, 1989
10313 R111.01.rds, audio cassette, October 10, 1989
10314 R111.01.rma, audio cassette, November 9, 1989
10315 R111.02.rds, audio cassette, November 9, 1989
10316 R111.02.rma, audio cassette, November 28, 1989
10317 R111.03.rds, audio cassette, February 23, 1990
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1041 R111.03.rma, audio cassette, March 19, 1990
1042 R111.04.rds, audio cassette, May 22, 1990
1043 R111.04.rma, audio cassette, undated
1044 R111.05.rds, audio cassette, September 26, 1990
1045 R111.05.rma, audio cassette, November 27, 1990
1046 R111, closing interview, audio cassette, May, 1990
1047 R112.01, interview, audio cassette, circa November 9, 1989
1048 R112.01.rds, audio cassette, circa November 9, 1989
1049 R112.01.rma, audio cassette, circa November 14, 1989
10410 R112.03.rds, audio cassette, February 20, 1990
10411 R112.03.rma, audio cassette, February 29, 1990
10412 R112.03.rma, audio cassette, May 31, 1990
10413 R112, closing interview, audio cassette, June 4, 1990
10414 R112.04.rma, audio cassette, October 24, 1990
10415 R112, final interview, audio cassette, November 30, 1990
10416 R113.01.rds, audio cassette, October 16, 1989
10417 R113.01.rma, audio cassette, November 16, 1989
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1051 R113.02.rds, audio cassette, November 20, 1989
1052 R113.02.rma, audio cassette, December 11, 1989
1053 R113.03.rds, audio cassette, May 24, 1990
1054 R113.03.rma, audio cassette, May 31, 1990
1055 R113, closing interview, audio cassette, June 4, 1990
1056 R113.04.rma, audio cassette, October 15, 1990
1057 R113, final interview, audio cassette, October 15, 1990
1058 R114.01.rma, audio cassette, October 12, 1989
1059 R114.02.rds, audio cassette, November 13, 1989
10510 R114.02.rma, audio cassette, December 13, 1989
10511 R114.03.rds, audio cassette, February 16, 1990
10512 R114.03.rma, audio cassette, March 20, 1990
10513 R114.04.rds, audio cassette, April 6, 1990
10514 R114.04.rds, audio cassette, April 6, 1990
10515 R114, closing interview, audio cassette, May 4, 1990
10516 R114.05.rds, audio cassette, September 15, 1990
10517 R114.05.rma, audio cassette, September 26, 1990
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1061 R114, final interview, audio cassette, September 26, 1990
1062 R121.01, audio cassette, October 10, 1989
1063 R121.01.rma, audio cassette, November 15, 1989
1064 R121.02.rds, audio cassette, November 20, 1989
1065 R121.02.rma, audio cassette, November 30, 1989
1066 R121.03.rds, audio cassette, February 5, 1990
1067 R121.03.rma, audio cassette, February 9, 1990
1068 R121.04.rds, audio cassette, May 18, 1990
1069 R121.04.rma, audio cassette, undated
10610 R121, closing interview, audio cassette, May 29, 1990
10611 R121, audio cassette, September 24, 1990
10612 R121.05.rma, audio cassette, October 2, 1990
10613 R121, closing interview, audio cassette, October 2, 1990
10614 R122, audio cassette, October 11, 1989
10615 R122.01.rds, audio cassette, October 11, 1989
10616 R122.01.rma, audio cassette, October 31, 1989
10617 R122.02.rds, audio cassette, November 2, 1989
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1071 R122.02.rma, audio cassette, November 27, 1989
1072 R122.03.rds, audio cassette, November 30, 1989
1073 R122.04.rds, audio cassette, January 18, 1990
1074 R122.03.rma, audio cassette, February 6, 1990
1075 R122.04.rma, audio cassette, February 13, 1990
1076 R122.05.rds, audio cassette, February 20, 1990
1077 R122.05.rma, audio cassette, April 4, 1990
1078 R122.06.rds, audio cassette, April 5, 1990
1079 R124.01, interview, audio cassette, October 19, 1989
10710 R124.01.rds, audio cassette, October 19, 1989
10711 R124.01.rma, audio cassette, undated
10712 R124.02.rds, audio cassette, undated
10713 R124.02.rma, audio cassette, December 8, 1989
10714 R124.03.rds, audio cassette, undated
10715 R124.03.rma, audio cassette, February 19, 1990
10716 R124.04.rds, audio cassette, February 19, 1990
10717 R124.04.rma, audio cassette, March 16, 1990
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1081 R124.05.rds, audio cassette, March 20, 1990
1082 R124.05.rma, audio cassette, undated
1083 R124.06.rma, audio cassette, undated
1084 R124.07.rds, audio cassette, undated
1085 R124.07.rma, audio cassette, undated
1086 R124.09.rma, audio cassette, undated
1087 R124.10.rma, audio cassette, undated
1088 R124.11.rds, audio cassette, May 21, 1990
1089 R124.11.rma, audio cassette, May 30, 1990
10810 R124.2, Spring closing, audio cassette, undated
10811 R125.01, interview, audio cassette, October 19, 1989
10812 R125.01.rds, audio cassette, October 19, 1989
10813 R125.01.rma, audio cassette, December 13, 1989
10814 R125.02.rds, audio cassette, December 13, 1989
10815 R125.02.rma, audio cassette, undated
10816 R125.03.rma, audio cassette, undated
10817 R125.04.rds, audio cassette, May 18, 1990
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1091 R125.04.rma, audio cassette, undated
1092 R125.2, Spring closing, audio cassette, May 31, 1990
1093 R126.JL.01, interview, audio cassette, October 9, 1989
1094 R126.01.rds, audio cassette, October 9, 1989
1095 R126.01.rma, audio cassette, February 27, 1990
1096 R126.02.rds, audio cassette, March 8, 1990
1097 R126.02.rma, audio cassette, April 24, 1990
1098 R126.03.rds, audio cassette, April 24, 1990
1099 R126.04.rma, audio cassette, June 5, 1990
10910 R126, closing interview, audio cassette, undated
10911 R132.01.rds, audio cassette, circa March 23, 1990
10912 R133.01.rds, audio cassette, undated
10913 R133.01.rma, audio cassette, May 11, 1990
10914 audio cassette, April 11, 1990
10915 audio cassette, May 21, 1990
10916 audio cassette, May 25, 1990
10917 audio cassette, May 31, 1990
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1101 7 collaborative readings, audio cassette, circa 1989-1990
1102 Miscue Lesson 3: Cueing Strategies, audio cassette, circa March 8, 1990
1103 Miscue Lesson 5: Coding and Discussing Miscues, audio cassette, March 15, 1990
1104 Miscue Lesson 4: Predicting, Confirming, Self-Correct, audio cassettes (2 copies), March 16, 1990
1105-7 Section 2-4 classroom reading samples, audio cassettes, March 29, 1990
1108 Miscue Lesson 6: Marking Miscues, audio cassette, April 20, 1990
1109 Classroom lecture-discussion, audio cassettes (2 copies), April 20, 1990
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1111 Classroom lecture-discussion, audio cassette, April 20, 1990
1112 Classroom lecture-discussion, audio cassette, April 24, 1990
1113 Miscue analysis, audio cassette, April 24, 1990
1114 Miscue analysis, audio cassette, April 24, 1990
1115 Classroom lecture-discussion, audio cassette, May 3, 1990
1116 Classroom lecture-discussion, audio cassette, May 3, 1990
1117 Classroom lecture-discussion, audio cassette, May 17, 1990
1118 RMA example tape, audio cassette, undated
1119 RMA discussion, magnetic tape reel, June 22, 1982
11110 RMA group interaction, magnetic tape reel, June 24, 1982
11111 RMA group interaction, magnetic tape reel, June 26, 1982
11112 RMA discussion, magnetic tape reel, June, 1982
Subseries 10 Miscue Studies with Individual Subjects, 1991-2002
This subseries contains files for subjects studied individually on a case-by-case basis. Files are arranged alphabetically by subject name. Name redacted in finding aid and replaced with subject numbers.
Media includes 70 tape cassettes with some compact discs, floppy disks, and VHS cassettes.
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1122 Subject 1, The Man Who Kept House miscues sheet, circa 1994
1123 Subject 1, Mrs. Gorf reading, 1994
1124 Subject 1, Mrs. Jewls reading, 1994
1125 Subject 1, Nate the Great reading, 1994
1126 Subject 1, Reading interview, 1994
1127 Subject 2, All forms, undated
1128 Subject 2, The Man Who Kept House, undated
1129 Subject 2, Procedure III complete, undated
11210 Subject 2, Unaided and aided retelling, undated
11211 Subject 3, Listening to Subject 3 Read: Perceptions and Analyses from Six Perspectives, National Reading Conference Yearbook, 1999
11212 Subject 3, Man Who Kept House original text, undated
11213 Subject 3, Original markings of retellings, 1998
11214 Subject 3, Statistical analysis, circa 1998
11215 Subject 3, Subject release form and overview, 1998
11216 Subject 3, Unaided and aided retelling, 1998
11217 Subject 4, The Man Who Kept House reading and retelling, 1998
11218 Forms, undated
11219 Subject 5, Miscue analysis and procedure form, undated
11220 Subject 5, The Stonecutter markings, undated
11221 Subject 5, The Stonecutter original text, undated
11222 Subject 5, The Stonecutter retelling, undated
11223 Subject 6, Bill Evers, circa 1994
11224 Subject 6, Cam Jansen original text, undated
11225 Subject 6, Cookies reading, 1994
11226 Subject 6, I'm the King of the Mountain reading, 1994
11227 Subject 6, It Didn't Frighten Me reading, circa 1994
11228 Subject 6, The Man Who Kept House reading and retelling, 1994
11229 Subject 6, Reading interview, 1994
11230 Subject 7, The Man Who Kept House, Space Pet reading and retelling, 1994-1995
11231 Subject 7, Miscue analysis, 1995
11232 Procedure I patterns, undated
11233 Subject 8, The Man Who Kept House reading and retelling, 1999-2000
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1131 Subject 9, Subject 2 miscues discussion, November 24, 1993
1132 Subject 9, Field notes, Sessions 1-8, 1993-1994
1133 Subject 9, Subject 5 - The Stonecutter listening and discussion, undated
1134 Subject 9, Interview transcripts, 1993-1994
1135 Subject 9, Research presentation transparencies binder, 1992-1994
1136 Subject 9, RMA original data binder, 1991-1994 (1 of 3)
1137 Subject 9, RMA original data binder, 1991-1994 (2 of 3)
1138 Subject 9, RMA original data binder, 1991-1994 (3 of 3)
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1141 Subject 1, RMI, Bill Evers, audio cassette, January 25, 1994
1142 Subject 1, RMA, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, January 25, 1994
1143 Subject 1, RMA, Bill Evers and the Tigers, audio cassette, February 2, 1994
1144 Subject 1, RMI, Nate the Great, audio cassette, February 16, 1994-February 23, 1994
1145 Subject 1, RMA, Nate the Great, audio cassette, February 23, 1994
1146 Subject 1, audio cassette, March 1, 1994
1147 Subject 1, RMA, RMI, Lucky Baseball Bat, audio cassette, March 8, 1994
1148 Subject 1, Name of the Tree, audio cassette, March 16, 1994
1149 Subject 1, RMA, Name of the Tree, audio cassette, March 22, 1994
11410 Subject 1, RMI, Mrs. Gorf, audio cassette, April 6, 1994
11411 Subject 1, RMA, Wayside Stove, Mrs. Gorf, audio cassette, April 13, 1994
11412 Subject 1, RMI, Mrs. Jewls, audio cassette, April 20, 1994
11413 Subject 1, RMA, Mrs. Jewls, audio cassette, April 27, 1994
11414 Subject 2, Digital (2 copies), undated
11415 Subject 2, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, undated
11416 Subject 2, audio cassette, undated
11417 Subject 3, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, January 26, 1998
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1151 Subject 3, Reading and retelling, audio cassette (3 copies), undated
1152 Subject 3, The Man Who Kept House retelling, audio cassette, January 26, 1998
1153 Subject 3, The Man Who Kept House retelling, RMA class, audio cassette, January 26, 1998
1154 Subject 3, RMA, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, February 9, 1998
1155 Subject 4, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, September 14, 1998
1156 Subject 4, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, September 14, 1998
1157 Subject 5, The Stonecutter, audio cassette, undated (3 copies)
1158 Subject 6, The Man Who Kept House and interview, audio cassette, January 19, 1994
1159 Subject 6, RMA, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, January 25, 1994
11510 Subject 6, Strategy, Doze, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, February 2, 1994
11511 Subject 6, Cloze, Bill Evers, audio cassette, February 9, 1994
11512 Subject 6, RMA, Bill Evers, audio cassette, February 16, 1994
11513 Subject 6, RMI, Cam Jansen, Baseball Cards, audio cassette, February 23, 1994
11514 Subject 6, Baseball Cards, One Monday Morning, audio cassette, March 1, 1994
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1161 Subject 6, One Sunday Morning reread, story writing, audio cassette, March 8, 1994
1162 Subject 6, Story writing, Birds, It Didn't Frighten Me, audio cassette, March 16, 1994
1163 Subject 6, RMI, It Didn't Frighten Me, audio cassette, March 22, 1994
1164 Subject 6, RMA, It Didn't Frighten Me, audio cassette, April 6, 1994
1165 Subject 6, RMI, I'm the King of the Mountain, audio cassette, April 13, 1994
1166 Subject 6, RMA, I'm the King of the Mountain, audio cassette, April 20, 1994
1167 Subject 6, RMI, Cookies, audio cassette, April 20, 1994
1168 Subject 6, RMA, Cookies, audio cassette, April 27, 1994
1169 Subject 6, RMI, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, May 4, 1994
11610 Subject 7, Space Pet, audio cassette, September 11, 1995
11611 Subject 8, The Man Who Kept House reading, retelling, audio cassette, February 28, 2000
11612 Subject 8, RMA, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, March 7, 2000
11613 Subject 8, RMA class, audio cassette, March 7, 2000
11614 Subject 8, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, undated
11615 Subject 3, Husband, Wife, tally, floppy disk, undated
11616 Subject 3, RMA, retelling, floppy disk, undated
11617 Subject 4, The Man Who Kept House, Grade I, floppy disk, undated
11618 Subject 8, The Man Who Kept House, floppy disk, undated
11619 Subject 2, Reading, retelling, coded retelling, compact disk, undated
11620 Subject 2, Subject 5, compact disk, undated
11621 Subject 5, The Stonecutter retelling, compact disk, undated
11622 Subject 3, RMA, The Man Who Kept House, compact disk, January 9, 1998
11623 Subject 3, RMA, The Man Who Kept House retelling, compact disk (2 copies), January 26, 1998
11624 Subject 8, RMA, The Man Who Kept House, compact disk, March 7, 2000
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1171 Subject 9, RMI #1, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, September 17, 1993
1172 Subject 9, RMI #1, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, September, 1993
1173 Subject 9, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, September, 1993
1174 Subject 9, RMA #1, The Man Who Kept House, audio cassette, September 22, 1993
1175 Subject 9, RMI #2, Space Pet, audio cassette, September 22, 1993
1176 Subject 9, RMI #2, Space Pet, audio cassette, September 22, 1993
1177 Subject 9, RMI #3, Mercer Mayer, audio cassette, September 29, 1993
1178 Subject 9, RMI #3, Mercer Mayer, audio cassette, September 29, 1993
1179 Subject 9, RMA #2, Space Pet, audio cassette, September 29, 1993
11710 Subject 9, RMA #3, Mercer Mayer, audio cassette, October 6, 1993
11711 Subject 9, RMI #4, Freddie Miller, audio cassette, October 6, 1993
11712 Subject 9, RMI #4, Freddie Miller, audio cassette, October 6, 1993
11713 Subject 9, RMA #4, Freddie Miller, audio cassette, October 13, 1993
11714 Subject 9, RMI #5, Name of the Tree, audio cassette, October 13, 1993
11715 Subject 9, RMI #5, Name of the Tree, audio cassette, October 13, 1993
11716 Subject 9, RMA #5, Name of the Tree, audio cassette, October 20, 1993
11717 Subject 9, RMI #6, Mrs. Gorf, audio cassette, October 20, 1993
11718 Subject 9, RMI #6, Mrs. Gorf, audio cassette, October 20, 1993
11719 Subject 9, RMA #6, Mrs. Gorf, audio cassette, October 27, 1993
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1181 Subject 9, RMI #7, Mrs. Jewls, audio cassette, October 27, 1993
1182 Subject 9, RMI #7, Mrs. Jewls, audio cassette, October 27, 1993
1183 Subject 9, RMA #7, Mrs. Jewls, audio cassette, November 3, 1993
1184 Subject 9, RMI #8, The Stonecutter, audio cassette, November 3, 1993
1185 Subject 9, RMI #8, The Stonecutter, audio cassette, November 3, 1993
1186 Subject 9, RMI #9, Wayside Stories, audio cassette, November 10, 1993
1187 Subject 9, RMI #9, Wayside Stories, audio cassette, November 10, 1993
1188 Subject 9, RMA #9, Wayside Stories, audio cassette, November 24, 1993
1189 Subject 9, RMI #10, The Magic School Bus: At the Waterworks, audio cassette, November 24, 1993
11810 Subject 9, RMI #10, The Magic School Bus: At the Waterworks, audio cassette, November 24, 1993
11811 Subject 9, RMA #10A, The Magic School Bus: At the Waterworks, audio cassette, December 8, 1993
11812 Subject 9, RMI, The Magic School Bus: At the Waterworks, part 2, audio cassette, December 8, 1993
11813 Subject 9, RMA #10B, The Magic School Bus: At the Waterworks, audio cassette, December 15, 1993
11814 Subject 9, Space Pet and exit interview, audio cassette, January 19, 1994
11815 Subject 9, audio cassette, undated
11816 Subject 9, audio cassette, undated
11817 Subject 9, RMA, compact disk, May 6, 2002
11818 Subject 9, RMA #9, edited version, The Man Who Kept House, Sideway Stories, VHS tape, November 24, 1993 (3 copies)
11819 Subject 9, RMA #9, unedited version, The Man Who Kept House, Sideway Stories, VHS tape, November 24, 1993
11820 Subject 9, RMA #9, edited clips, VHS tape, circa 1993
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1191 14th Annual Conference on Literature and Literacy for Children and Adolescents, 2006
Series 2 Office files, 1953-2015
This series is divided into 6 individual subseries and is arranged by subject matter. Each subseries is arranged either alphabetically or chronologically. Materials comprise mostly of paper document files with some newspaper clippings and photographs as well.
Subseries 1 Correspondence, 1964-2013
This subseries contains correspondence both incoming and outgoing with various individuals and professional organizations. This subseries is organized alphabetically.
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1192 A, 1978-1989
1193 A, 1979-1992
1194 A, 1985-2003
1195 AB 803 grant, Alhambra Model Technology Schools Project, 1987
1196 Akural, Kathryn R., 1979-1986
1197 Alabama, 1990-2000
1198 Alaska, 1988-1999
1199 Anti-phonics letters, 1977
11910 Argentina, 1989-1990
11911 Arizona, 1976-2000 (1 of 2)
11912 Arizona, 1976-2000 (2 of 2)
11913 Arizona Literacy Educators conference, Tucson, Arizona, 2007-2008
11914 Arizona Literacy Teacher Educators, 2003-2008
11915 Arizona Literacy Teacher Educators conference, Tempe, Arizona, 2006
11916 Arizona Young Authors/Young Readers program, 1992-1994
11917 Asian contacts, 1978-1981
11918 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1989-1992
11919 Association of Women Faculty, University of Arizona, 1987-1996
11920 Australia contacts, 1975-1992
11921 Australia trip, 1969-1976
11922 B, 1977-1995
11923 B, 1979-1989
11924 B, 1990-2003 (1 of 2)
11925 B, 1990-2003 (2 of 2)
11926 Basal readers, 1987-1988
11927 Becoming a Nation of Readers, 1985
11928 Breakthrough to Literacy, 1980-1981
11929 British contacts, 1986
11930 C, 1972-1996
11931 C, 1977-1989
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1201 C, 1990-2003
1202 California, 1989-1990
1203 California Association for Bilingual Education, 1989
1204 Cambourne, Brian, 1988
1205 Canadian contacts, 1972-1990
1206 Casa Grande Arizona Literacy Teacher Educators planning meeting, 2005
1207 Center for Establishing Dialogue in Teaching and Learning, 1991
1208 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, 1972-1996
1209 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Albany, New York, 1976
12010 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1976
12011 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Capistrano Beach, 1976-1977
12012 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Chinle, Arizona, 1975-1984
12013 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1975-1979
12014 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Lukachuka, undated
12015 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1974-1975
12016 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, New Jersey, 1979
12017 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Virginia, 1973-1977
12018 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Window Rock, Arizona, 1978
12019 Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation, 1972
12020 Center for the Study of Reading, University of Illinois, 1980-1983
12021 Chicago Mastery Reading, Education Week, 1982-1985
12022 Child-Centered Experience-Based Learning, undated
12023 Chinese contacts, 1984-1989
12024 Cleveland, Ohio, 1989
12025 College Council, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1995-1996
12026 College of Education, University of Arizona, 1984-1992
12027 College of Education, University of Arizona, 1997-2001
12028 College of Education, University of Arizona, Kiva, Africa presents, 2005
12029 Collegio Goodman, Guatemala, 2000
12030 Commendation letters, 1973-1990
12031 Commission on Reading, National Council of Teachers of English, 1987-2005 (1 of 2)
12032 Commission on Reading, National Council of Teachers of English, 1987-2005 (2 of 2)
12033 Complimentary, 1976-1979
12034 Conferences, 1982-1985
12035 D, 1971-1992
12036 D, 1979-1989
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1211 D, 1990-2002
1212 Dean's Office, Paulsen and Fenstermacher, 1975-1989
1213 A Declaration of Professional Conscience for Teachers responses, 1980-1991
1214 Department of Education issues, International Reading Association, circa 1982
1215 Distar reading program, 1973-1984
1216 Division of Language, Reading and Culture, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1987-1988
1217 Doctoral examinations, 1977-1980
1218 E, 1972-1995
1219 E, 1981-1989
12110 E, 1990-2002
12111 Edman, Marion, 1979-1980
12112 The Education Center, 1991
12113 E. Brooks Smith, 1998
12114 Educational Leadership, 1989
12115 Elementary Education department, University of Arizona, 1979-1985
12116 English, Scottish, and Irish contacts, 1964-1990
12117 European contacts, 1975-1989
12118 Evaluation strategies, 1981-2004
12119 F, 1972-1991
12120 F, 1980-1989
12121 F, 1990-2004
12122 Finland, 1987
12123 Foreign grants, University of Arizona, 1988-1989
12124 G, 1969-1998
12125 G, 1978-1989
12126 G, 1990-2003
12127 General business, University of Arizona, 1983-1998
12128 General inquiries from the field, 1972-1985
12129 General research, 1969-1974
12130 German contacts, 1986
12131 Goodman employment, 1975-1991
12132 Government officials, historic, 1980
12133 Graduate Committee on Linguistics, University of Arizona, 1985
12134 Graduate Council, University of Arizona, 1986
12135 Graduate students, A-E, 1976-2003 (1 of 3)
12136 Graduate students, A-E, 1976-2003 (2 of 3)
12137 Graduate students, A-E, 1976-2003 (3 of 3)
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1221 Graduate students, F-K, 1976-2003 (1 of 3)
1222 Graduate students, F-K, 1976-2003 (2 of 3)
1223 Graduate students, F-K, 1976-2003 (3 of 3)
1224 Graduate students, L-M, 1976-1998 (1 of 2)
1225 Graduate students, L-M, 1976-1998 (2 of 2)
1226 Graduate students, N-P, 1975-1999
1227 Graduate students, P-R, 1984-1998 (1 of 2)
1228 Graduate students, P-R, 1984-1998 (2 of 2)
1229 Graduate students, S-Z, 1975-2001 (1 of 3)
12210 Graduate students, S-Z, 1975-2001 (2 of 3)
12211 Graduate students, S-Z, 1975-2001 (3 of 3)
12212 Guam, 1989
12213 H, 1971-1996
12214 H, 1979-1989
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1231 H, 1990-2004 (1 of 2)
1232 H, 1990-2004 (2 of 2)
1233 Hawaiian contacts, 1973-1977
1234 Heinemann Educational Books, Inc., 1990-1993
1235 Hodenfield criticism, 1981-1982
1236 Hong Kong, 1980-1985
1237 Hong Kong, 2006
1238 How Children Construct Literacy, 1985-1989
1239 Hotel accommodation, miscue workshop, Tucson, Arizona, 1976-1979
12310 I, 1977-1995
12311 I, 1983-1988
12312 I, 1990-1998
12313 In Practice: Whole Language teaching miscue analysis, 1975-1976
12314 India, 1981-1988
12315 Institutions, A, 1980-1996
12316 Institutions, B, 1972-1994
12317 Institutions, C, 1975-1993
12318 Institutions, D, 1970-1987
12319 Institutions, E, 1970-1992
12320 Institutions, F, 1969-1979
12321 Institutions, G, 1977-1984
12322 Institutions, H, 1977-1994
12323 Institutions, I, 1984-1992
12324 Institutions, J, 1974-1989
12325 Institutions, L, 1975-1993
12326 Institutions, M, 1975-1990
12327 Institutions, N, 1973-1994
12328 Institutions, O, 1974-1989
12329 Institutions, P, 1975-1987
12330 Institutions, R, 1980-1995
12331 Institutions, S, 1978-1991
12332 Institutions, T, 1975-1992
12333 Institutions, W, 1980-1991
12334 Institutions, V, 1973-1987
12335 Institutions, X, 1973-1976
12336 Institutions, Y, 1980
12337 Instructor, Scholastic, Inc., 1990
12338 International Reading Association, 1982-2003
12339 International Reading Association, 34th Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1988-1989
12340 International Reading Association, Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, 1981-1982
12341 International Reading Association, Awards, General, 1990
12342 International Reading Association, Board Ad Hoc Subcommittee, 1985
12343 International Reading Association, Board of Directors, 1993-1996
12344 International Reading Association, Budget, 1979-1982
12345 International Reading Association, By-laws, 1982-1984
12346 International Reading Association, Co-sponsored session, 1983
12347 International Reading Association, Dissertation award competition, 1982
12348 International Reading Association, Early Childhood and Literacy Committee, 1981-1983
12349 International Reading Association, General, 1978-1996
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1241 International Reading Association, History of Reading Special Interest Group, 2002
1242 International Reading Association, International Management and Development Group, 1982
1243 International Reading Association, Long-Range Planning Committee, 1982
1244 International Reading Association, Nominating Committee, 1982-1984
1245 International Reading Association, Program Subcommittee, December 20, 1991
1246 International Reading Association, Publications (Reading Research Quarterly), 1972-1998
1247 International Reading Association, Response to President's letter, 1982
1248 International Reading Association, Spanish Language Committee, 1982-1983
1249 International Reading Association, Special Interest Group in Psycholinguistics and Sociolinguistics, 1984
12410 International Reading Association, Strategic Planning Committee, 1984-1986
12411 International Reading Association, Subcommittee on Teacher as Researcher, 2002
12412 International Reading Association, World Congress, Dublin, Ireland, 1979-1982
12413 International Reading Association, World Congress, Hong Kong, China, 1984
12414 Israel, 1978-1982
12415 J, 1983-1987
12416 J, 1989-1997
12417 J, 1990-2003
12418 Japan, 1976-1990
12419 Japanese Ministry of Education, 2008
12420 Judaic Studies Committee, University of Arizona, 1988-2000
12421 K, 1971-1996
12422 K, 1981-1989
12423 K, 1990-2004
12424 L, 1966-1994
12425 L, 1980-1989
12426 L, 1990-2003
12427 Language Arts, 1991-1992
12428 Language Arts, Conversation Currents, 2011
12429 Language and Education, 1986-1992
12430 Language and Literacy, 1978-1986
12431 Language and Literacy, 1979-1987
12432 Language, Reading and Culture, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1987-1988
12433 Language, Reading and Culture, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1990-1993
12434 Lapp and Flood Macmillan, 1978
12435 Latin America, 1967-1982
12436 Learning Magazine, 1986-1987
12437 The Learning Network conference, Chicago, Illinois, 2005-2006
12438 Leave of Absence, 1988
12439 Legal cases, 1974-1978
12440 Leslie, Larry, Phonics dilemma, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1997-1999
12441 Letters of Commendation, 1980-2001 (1 of 3)
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1251 Letters of Commendation, 1980-2001 (2 of 3)
1252 Letters of Commendation, 1980-2001 (3 of 3)
1253 Letters from students for newsletter, 1985-1986
1254 Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, 2006
1255 Literacy team, 1979
1256 Ludington, 1971-1973
1257 M, 1972-1995
1258 M, 1977-1989
1259 M, 1990-2004 (1 of 2)
12510 M, 1990-2004 (2 of 2)
12511 Manning retirement, Birmingham, Alabama, 2007
12512 Manuscript reviews for publishers, 1968-1985
12513 Mc, 1975-1990
12514 Meeting with Kato, 2007
12515 M.A.K. Halliday, 1978-1980
12516 Michigan Reading Association 50th Annual Conference, Detroit, Michigan, 2005-2006
12517 Miscellaneous, 1974-2008
12518 Miscellaneous, 1975-1977
12519 Miscellaneous, 1978-1980
12520 Miscue analysis workshop, Tucson, Arizona, 1980-1981
12521 Miscue analysis workshop, Tucson, Arizona, 1982-1983
12522 Miscue analysis workshop, Tucson, Arizona, 1984
12523 Moffett, James, 1974-1980
12524 N, 1973-1992
12525 N, 1978-1989
12526 N, 1990-2002
12527 National Assessment of Educational Progress, 1983-1996
12528 National Conference on Research in English, 1972-1977
12529 National Council of Teachers of English, 1970-1993
12530 National Council of Teachers of English, 1976-2001
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1261 National Council of Teachers of English, Commission on Language, 1995-1999
1262 National Council of Teachers of English, Commission on Reading, 1985-1992
1263 National Council of Teachers of English, General, 1971-1996
1264 National Council of Teachers of English, Reading Commission, Basal conference, 1987
1265 National Council of Teachers of English, Research Foundation, 1979-1990
1266 National Council of Teachers of English, Standing Committee on Research, 1991-1995
1267 National Council of Teachers of English, Toward Educational Linguistics seminar, 1978
1268 National Council of Teachers of English, Whole Language Umbrella, 1988-1998 (1 of 2)
1269 National Council of Teachers of English, Whole Language Umbrella, 1988-1998 (2 of 2)
12610 National Reading Conference, 1993-1995
12611 National Reading Conference, 1995-2000
12612 National Reading Conference, Los Angeles, California, July, 2006
12613 National Society for the Study of Education, 1978-1983
12614 The New Advocate, 1993-1995
12615 New Zealand, 1967-1987
12616 North Dakota, 1995-1996
12617 Noteworthy, 1971-1979
12618 O, 1975-1992
12619 O, 1980-1989
12620 O, 1990-2003
12621 Ohio, 1979-2001
12622 Ohio, 1987
12623 Oklahoma, 1990-2004
12624 An Open Letter to President Carter, circa 1978-1979
12625 An Open Letter to President George Bush, May 28, 1991
12626 An Open Letter to President Ronald Reagan, undated
12627 An Open Letter to President-Elect Bill Clinton, December, 1992
12628 An Open Letter to Richard Riley and Bill Clinton, undated
12629 Oregon, 1991-1999
12630 Organizing, Planning for Organizing for Whole Language, 1967-1991
12631 Other miscue studies, 1970-1979
12632 Owen, Richard, 1983-1996
12633 P, 1973-1998
12634 P, 1979-1989
12635 P, 1990-2000 (1 of 2)
12636 P, 1990-2000 (2 of 2)
12637 Pennsylvania, 1978-1992
12638 Personal, Kenneth S. Goodman, 1971-1982
12639 Personal, Yetta M. Goodman, 1943, 2003
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1271 Philippines, 1980-1982
1272 Phonics, State of Arizona, University of Arizona, 1994-1998
1273 Political letters of Ken S. Goodman, 1986-1997
1274 Post-Hurricane Katrina book donations, 2005-2006
1275 President Bill Clinton, 1997
1276 Project Director Eleanor Gibson, regarding grants, Cornell University, 1969-1970
1277 Prospective students, 1974-1987
1278 Prospects, 1984
1279 Publications, 1970-1986
12710 Publishing permissions, 1967-2013 (1 of 3)
12711 Publishing permissions, 1967-2013 (2 of 3)
12712 Publishing permissions, 1967-2013 (3 of 3)
12713 Puerto Rico, 1990
12714 Q, 1971-1972
12715 Q, 2002-2003
12716 R, 1972-1994
12717 R, 1978-1989
12718 R, 1990-2003
12719 Reading Hall of Fame, 1983-2014
12720 Reading Hall of Fame historian files, 1987-2008
12721 Reading Research Quarterly, 1990-1992
12722 The Reading Teacher, 1993
12723 Recommendations, 1990
12724 References, 1979-1980
12725 Report Card on Basal Readers, 1987-1988
12726 Reviewer confirmations for various publications, 1987-2006
12727 Rhode Island, 1987-1992
12728 Richard C. Owen author discussions, July 23, 2007-July 26, 2007
12729 S, 1970-1989 (1 of 2)
12730 S, 1970-1989 (2 of 2)
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1281 S, 1972-1996
1282 S, 1990-2003 (1 of 3)
1283 S, 1990-2003 (2 of 3)
1284 S, 1990-2003 (3 of 3)
1285 Saving Our Schools publicity, 2004-2005
1286 Scholastic Books, 1985-1991
1287 Scott, Foresman and Company, 1970-1982
1288 Shannon, Subject 7rick, 1989
1289 Shuy, Roger, 1990
12810 South Carolina, 1986-1996
12811 South Dakota, 1986-1995
12812 Speaking at Sonoma State University, Sonoma, California, 2005-2006
12813 Speaking at University of Houston, Houston, Texas, 2004
12814 Special Institutes and Seminars, 1977-1990
12815 Sweden, 1976-1978
12816 T, 1974-1995
12817 T, 1977-1989
12818 T, 1990-2001 (1 of 2)
12819 T, 1990-2001 (2 of 2)
12820 Taichung, 2005-2006
12821 Taiwan, May, 2006
12822 Taiwan Teachers College conference, 2005-2006
12823 Tamkang University, May, 2006
12824 Teachers Applying Whole Language, 1983-1990
12825 Teachers Applying Whole Language, 1989-1991
12826 Tennessee, 1989-2000
12827 Texas, 1974-2004 (1 of 2)
12828 Texas, 1974-2004 (2 of 2)
12829 Texas Association for the Improvement of Reading, 1984
12830 Thailand, 1985
12831 Tsaile project, October, 1976
12832 Tucson, Arizona, 1974-2004 (1 of 3)
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1291 Tucson, Arizona, 1974-2004 (2 of 3)
1292 Tucson, Arizona, 1974-2004 (3 of 3)
1293 Tucson Area Reading Council, 1989
1294 Tucson Teachers Applying Whole Language, Tucson, Arizona, 2005
1295 Tucson Teachers Applying Whole Language workshop, 2006
1296 U, 1980-1984
1297 U, 1984-1985
1298 U, 1990-1991
1299 United Kingdom Reading Association, 1977-1982
12910 U.S.S.R., 1979
12911 University of Arizona, 1988-2002
12912 Utah, 1994
12913 V, 1970-1991
12914 V, 1979-1987
12915 V, 1990-2002
12916 Venezuela, 1978-1989
12917 Vermont, 1989-1997
12918 Virginia, 1991-1998
12919 W, 1979-1989
12920 W, 1981-1996
12921 W, 1990-2004
12922 Wadsworth Publishing, 1972-1983
12923 Washington, 1975-2000
12924 Washington, D.C., 1978-1992
12925 Wayne State University, 1974-1976
12926 What's Whole in Whole Language, Spanish translation, 1985-1987
12927 What's Whole in Whole Language, 1986
12928 Whole Language Block, 1990-1991
12929 Whole Language Catalog, 1990-1991
12930 Whole Language Catalog publishing permission letters, 1990
12931 Whole Language Umbrella, 1990-1991
12932 Whole Language Umbrella conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2005-2006
12933 Wisconsin, 1974-2000
12934 Women's Issues, College of Education, University of Arizona, 1994-1996
12935 Wyoming, 1995
12936 X, Y, Z, 1985-1988
12937 X, Y, Z, 1991-2003
12938 Y, 1973-1993
12939 1974-2012
12940 1977, 1991
12941 1979-1997
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1301 1981-2001
1302 1983-2010
1303 1985-2004
1304 1992-1998
1305 1997-2009 (1 of 2)
1306 1997-2009 (2 of 2)
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1311 #3, Pepper, Come Here, undated
Subseries 2 Writings, 1953-2014 (bulk 1963-1999)
This subseries primarily contains the unpublished writings of Kenneth and Yetta Goodman. Some published writings are present as well as presentations and addresses held at professional meetings transcribed into writing.
Also included at the beginning of the subseries are uncredited short stories, some of which were used in the reading miscue research projects. This subseries is organized alphabetically.
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1312 #4, Go, Jimmy, Go, undated
1313 #5, Ride, Pepper!, undated
1314 #6, Pepper, undated
1315 #7, Sue, undated
1316 #8, Look Here, 1963
1317 #9, Here We Go, 1963
1318 #10, Ride In, 1963
1319 #11, See Pepper, 1963
13110 #12, Up and Down, 1963
13111 #13, For Jimmy and Sue, 1963
13112 #14, A Ride, 1963
13113 #15, Look for a Toy, 1963
13114 #16, See Pepper Go, 1963
13115 #17, A Toy for Pepper, 1963
13116 #18, Stop and Go, 1963
13117 #19, A Ride, 1963
13118 #20, Fun for Pepper, 1963
13119 #21, The Big Jump, 1963
13120 #22, Little Monkey, 1963, 1971
13121 #23, Down the Hill, 1963
13122 #24, Little Freddie, 1963
13123 #25, The New Doll, 1963
13124 #26, Two New Hats, 1963-1965
13125 #27, Too Soon for Freddie, 1963
13126 #28, The Big Surprise, 1963
13127 #29, A Lot to Tell, 1963, 1971
13128 #30, Fun in the Snow, 1963, 1971
13129 #31, The End, undated
13130 #32, This is My Family, undated
13131 #33, What is Big?, 1966
13132 #34, The 3 Billy Goats Gruff, 1966
13133 #35, Old Father Fish, 1965
13134 #36, A River Man, 1965
13135 #37, Halloween on the River, 1965
13136 #38, The Kitten That Traveled, 1965
13137 #39, A Busy River, 1965
13138 #40, Home at Last, 1963
13139 #41, Moving Day, 1963
13140 #42, Bozo, 1963
13141 #43, No Room for a Dog, 1963
13142 #44, Kitten Jones, 1965
13143 #45, The Runaway Tree, 1963
13144 #46, Let's Make Gus Smile, 1965
13145 #47, Billy Whitemoon, 1965
13146 #48, Seven at One Blow, 1963
13147 #49, Andre's Secret, 1963
13148 #50, Travel, 1963
13149 #51, Freddie Miller, Scientist, 1965
13150 #52, Daniel and the Lions, 1965
13151 #53, My Brother is a Genius, 1963
13152 #54, History of the Hot Dog, 1967
13153 #55, Dr. Frick, 1967
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1321 #56, Your Day, undated
1322 #57, How Big is BIG?, undated
1323 #58, How to Be a Nature Detective, 1958
1324 #59, Sheep Dog, 1966
1325 #60, Poison, 1953, 1971
1326 #61, Why We Need a Generation Gap, 1970
1327 #64, Wolves in Our Wanigan, undated
1328 #67, Ah See and the Spooky House, 1973
1329 #68, Henry's Choice, 1971
13210 #69, The Royal Race, 1966
13211 #70, Ghost of the Lagoon, 1967
13212 #71, Clever Turtle, 1971
13213 #72, Little Brown Hen, undated
13214 #73, Roughing It, 1973
13215 #74, Old Ben Bailey Meets His Match, 1972
13216 #75, Sweet Patootie Doll, 1957
13217 #76, Cat Fight, undated
13218 #77, And Now Miguel, 1973
13219 #78, A Puppy Named Gih, 1957
13220 #79, Innatuk's Friend, 1968
13221 #81, Sing Down the Moon, 1973
13222 #82, The Sky Dog, 1969
13223 #83, Salt Boy, 1968
13224 #84, Two Against the Sea, 1958
13225 #85, Sancho, 1972
13226 #86, My Name is Miguel, 1966
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1331 #87, Mr. Moonlight and Omar, 1963
1332 #88, Fareedah's Carpet, 1966
1333 Adult Literacy Center, circa 1990
1334 An Analysis of Miscues, February, 1969
1335 An Analysis of Text Features in Conjunction with Miscue Data, 1980-1981
1336 Analysis of a Theory of Intellectual Development, December, 1963
1337 And Good Luck to Your Boy, undated
1338 Basal Readers, 1986
1339 The Basics of Reading Unlimited, 1975-1976
13310 Beginning Reading Instruction, October 27, 1981
13311 A Brief Outline of Purposes, Need and Organization, Multi-Disciplinary Urban Reading Research Institute, January 23, 1969
13312 A Brief Summary of the Communicative Theory of Reading, undated
13313 British Broadcasting Company Scripts Horizon program, 1986-1987
13314 California, Whole Language and the National Assessment of Educational Progress, June 26, 1997
13315 Celebrate Literacy, presidential address, International Reading Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 27, 1982
13316 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking Comprehension Project: Reading Comprehension in the Middle Grades, undated
13317 City College Workshop Center transcript, 1981
13318 Corporal Punishment, undated
13319 Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission, March 20, 1974
13320 Detroit Task Force reading presentation, April 10, 1974
13321 Early research master agenda, undated
13322 Educar, como se enseña'a vivir, undated
13323 Education linguistics notes, undated
13324 End AIMS Absurdity or We'll End Up with a Rash of Dropouts, Arizona Daily Star, November 26, 1999
13325 Equity and Quality, International Reading Association, May, 1984
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1341 Extra stories, circa 1973-1980 (1 of 2)
1342 Extra stories, circa 1973-1980 (2 of 2)
1343 From the Strawman to the Tin Woodman: A Response to Mosenthal, 1977
1344 Gloopy and Bit, undated
1345 Goodman, Yetta interview, July 11, 1984
1346 Graduate program, Yetta Goodman, 1963-1966
1347 The Guessing Game Called Reading, undated
1348 Help, Too!, undated
1349 Helping Children Grow into Literacy, International Reading Association, Wellington, New Zealand, August, 1980
13410 Hudelson, Sara interview, undated
13411 In-Service Education in Language Arts and Readings, 1976
13412 The Interrelationships Between Language Development and Learning to Read, undated
13413 Irresponsible AIMS, Arizona Daily Star, October 28, 2001
13414 Is the Linguistic Approach on Improvement in Reading Instruction?: Pro-Challenge, International Reading Association, Boston, Massachusetts, April 27, 1968
13415 John Henry, A.B., M.A., Ed.D., traditional tune lyrics, undated
13416 Ken's notes, undated
13417 Language Differences in School: A Center Proposal to the Up-tight Model, National Conference on Research in English, Milwaukee, Minnesota, November, 1968
13418 Linguistics and the English Language Arts, Summer Institute, Linguistics and the Skills of Literacy, Chicago Teachers College North, June 30, 1964
13419 List of unused stories, Wayne State University, 1957-1973
13420 Literacy for the New Millennium, undated
13421 Literacy and Biliteracy in the Bilingual Classroom, February, 1990
13422 Making Sense of All Kinds of Print, 4th Pan-African Reading Conference, Ezulwini, Swaziland, August, 2005
13423 Marlup, undated
13424 Master copies of selected story retelling outlines, circa 1973
13425 May You Live in Interesting Times: A Chinese Curse, December 19, 1995
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1351 Metalinguistic Knowledge Expressed by Readers and Writers in Extant Data Bases, 1991
1352 Micronesian workshops, Reading in Vernacular Languages notes, 1984
1353 Miscue Analysis Research Manual, 1970-1975
1354 Miscues on Pronouns in Oral Reading, 1986
1355 Model of reading and flow chart, undated
1356 Musings About Teaching and Mentoring, Yetta M. Goodman, circa 1995
1357 My Teacher and Student Celebration Day poem, January, 1987
1358 The National Language and Literacy Project: A Teacher Education Project, 1984
1359 National reports, Reading Today, November, 1985
13510 National Center for Educational Resource Development supplement, undated
13511 New Theory article, undated
13512 Newspaper clippings, 1974-1988
13513 Notes for presentations, undated
13514 Numbered word lists, Wayne State University, undated
13515 On Being Literate in an Age of Information, Journal of Reading, February, 1985
13516 Phlat Earth Views and their Resistance to the Phacts, International Reading Association, St. Louis. Missouri, May, 1980
13517 Pilot Studies on the Psycholinguistic Nature of the Reading Process, 1965-1968
13518 The Politics of Literacy notes, 1986-1987
13519 Position papers, June 16, 1972
13520 Presentation outlines, Ken S. Goodman, circa 1988-1999
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1361 Presidential address, International Reading Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 27, 1982
1362 Press address, Reading Association Newsletter, Hong Kong, China, April, 1983
1363 Priorities for the Elementary Education Department notes, 1977
1364 The Process of Reading in Proficient Readers: A Partial Theoretical Model, undated
1365 Proposal to the Reading faculty, Wayne State University, circa 1974
1366 Prospectus for a Center on Teacher: Renewal in Language and Reading, Center on Language and Thinking in Education, undated
1367 A Psycholinguistic Description of Observed Oral Reading Phenomena in Selected Young Beginning Readers, International Reading Association, May 2, 1969
1368 Purposes of an Elementary Language Arts Program with Related Topics Weighted as to Comparative Importance outline, undated
1369 Questions About Children's Language and Literacy: An Interview with Kenneth S. Goodman, University of Montreal, undated
13610 Reader Meets Author/Bridging the Gap, Foreword, January 13, 1982
13611 Reading as Information Processing, undated
13612 Reading Miscues: Windows on the Psycholinguistic Guessing Game, Current Contents, February 6, 1989
13613 The Reading Process in Normal Children, Santiago, Chile, March 24, 1979
13614 Report on My Trip to Santiago, Chilean Reading Program, 1967
13615 Research plan, undated
13616 Response to Kachru Rell guidelines, undated
13617 Retrospective Miscue Analysis as an Instructional Strategy for At-Risk Readers in Secondary School Classrooms, 1989-1991
13618 Revaluing Teachers and Learners: Advice to the Los Angeles Public Schools, January 17, 1989
13619 S-B English Series: The Nature of Long (unpublished), Unit I, circa 1965
13620 Seminar on Teaching Reading, Project Literacy, Cornell University, 1965
13621 The Smart One, 2014
13622 The Solution is the Risk: A Reply to the Report of the National Commission on Excellence in Education, June, 1983
13623 Some Do's and Don'ts of Reading Instruction, undated
13624 Spaulding Method critique, undated
13625 Speaking notes, Oakland University, Detroit, Michigan, July 15, 1984-July 20, 1984
13626 Statement to Judge Frey, Kenneth S. Goodman, United States District Court, circa 1978
13627 Statement of Kenneth S. Goodman, United States House of Representatives, Appropriations Subcommittee, March 29, 1982
13628 Stott response in Reading-Canada-Literature, October 1, 1980
13629 Studying Text Difficulty Through Miscue Analysis, circa 1979
13630 A Suggested Model for Reviewing Professional Books and School Materials, undated
13631 Testimony, oversight hearings, House Subcommittee on Elementary and Secondary Education, Washington, D.C., February 5, 1980
13632 Testing in Reading: A General Critique, National Council of Teachers of English Reading Commission, undated
13633 Tests and reviews, undated
13634 To My Professional Friends in New Zealand, Reading Forum New Zealand, 1987
13635 Urban Dialects and Reading Instruction, undated
13636 Use of Q-Sort in Studies with Many Subjects, undated
13637 Various unpublished papers of Ken S. Goodman, 1968-1998
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1371 Various unpublished writing of Yetta M. Goodman on literature and content, undated
1372 What's In a Name?: Developmental Sequences In Name Writing, 1983
1373 Whole Language in Spanish Speaking Latin America, circa 2002
1374 Yetta Goodman, International Reading Association Outstanding Teacher Educator Award materials, 1982-1983
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1381-30 Kenneth S. and Yetta M. Goodman, 30 calendars, 1992-2008
Subseries 3 Personal Calendars, 1992-2014
This subseries contains the personal calendars of Kenneth and Yetta Goodman. Calendars are bound and separated by year and include schedules, important dates as well as personal business. This subseries is organized chronologically.
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1391-6 Yetta M. Goodman, 6 calendars, 2009-2014
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1401 Africa, 2000-2001
Subseries 4 Travel, 1969-2008
This subseries contains files for destinations to which the Goodmans traveled to. Files include correspondence, photographs, conference materials, and other travel-related documents. Domestic and international travel is included as well as passports for the Goodmans. This subseries is organized alphabetically.
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1402 Argentina, 1992-1999
1403 Arizona, 1986-2003
1404-5 Australia, 1987-1996
1406-9 California, 1972-2003
14010-11 Canada, 1972-1979
14012-13 Canada, 1974-1985
14014-15 Canada, 1986-2007
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1411 China, 1989-1995
1412 Colombia, 1991-2001
1413 Colorado, 1974-1999
1414 Connecticut, 1987-1995
1415 Costa Rica, 2008
1416 Czech Republic, 1996
1417 Delaware, 1991
1418 Denmark, 1986-1990
1419 Dominican Republic, 1999
14110 Ecuador, 2000-2002
14111 England, 1982-2003
14112 England, 1984-1985
14113 Estonia, 2002
14114 Fiji, 1993-1995
14115 Finland, circa 1981
14116 Florida, 1988-2002
14117 Georgia, 1991-2002
14118 Germany, 1992, 2007
14119-20 Guatemala, 1995-2005
14121 Hawaii, 1988-2000
14122 Hungary, 2001, 2006
14123 Idaho, 1986-1995
14124-25 Illinois, 1973-2001
14126 Indiana, 1975-2000
14127 Iowa, 1980-2001
14128 Israel, 1999-2000
14129 Italy, 1987-1989
14130 Japan, 1991
14131 Kansas, 1993
14132 Kazakhstan, 2001
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1421 Kentucky, 1992
1422 Louisiana, 1984-2001
1423 Maine, 1989-2002
1424 Massachusetts, 1990-1996
1425 Mexico, 1980-2007
1426-7 Michigan, 1969-2004
1428 Minnesota, 1982-1996
1429 Mississippi, 2000
14210 Missouri, 1985-2004
14211 Montana, 1995
14212 Nebraska, 1985-2000
14213 Nevada, 1990-1991
14214 New Hampshire, 1992
14215 New Jersey, 1994-2000
14216 New Mexico, 1977-1998
14217-18 New York, 1973-2002
14219 New Zealand, 1980-2000
14220 North Carolina, 1982-1997
14221 Panama, 2002-2004
14222 Passports, 1973-2014
14223 Peru, 1996-1999
14224 Philippines, 1980
14225 Puerto Rico, 1987-1997
14226 Scotland, 2001-2002
14227 Singapore, April, 1994
14228 Spain, 2003-2004
14229 Sweden, circa 1990
14230 Turkey, 1996-1997
14231 Uruguay, 1999-2001
14232 Venezuela, 1985-2006
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1431 1st Whole Language Umbrella conference, St. Louis, Missouri, August, 1990
Subseries 5 General, 1965-2015
This subseries contains conference brochures, books, and program guides for conferences the Goodmans presented at. Materials relating to workshops held, personal items, and materials regarding CELT are also included. This subseries is organized alphabetically.
The Center for the Expansion of Language and Thinking (CELT), founded in 1972, is a nonprofit educational corporation, international in scope, whose members believe in the principles of education for democracy with a focus on natural language learning and inquiry. The members of CELT are dedicated to the improvement of education through a greater understanding of the relationship between language, thought, and learning.
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1432 Arizona Young Authors Conference, 1976-1980
1433 Arizona Young Authors Conference, 1984-1989 (1 of 3)
1434 Arizona Young Authors Conference, 1984-1989 (2 of 3)
1435 Arizona Young Authors Conference, 1984-1989 (3 of 3)
1436 Arizona Young Authors Conference, March 13, 1990 (1 of 3)
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1441 Arizona Young Authors Conference, March 13, 1990 (2 of 3)
1442 Arizona Young Authors Conference, March 13, 1990 (3 of 3)
1443 Arizona Young Authors Conference articles, undated
1444 Arizona Young Authors Conference bookmaking, circa 1975
1445 Arizona Young Authors Conference publicity, 1976-1986
1446 Arizona Young Authors Conference Slide Tape Program, circa 1977
1447 Arizona Young Authors Conference workshop, circa 1977-1978
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1451 Authentic Events scrapbook, Camp Goodman, 1986
1452 Bureau of Indian Affairs Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1991
1453 Bureau of Indian Affairs Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1992
1454 Bureau of Indian Affairs Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1993
1455 Bureau of Indian Affairs Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1994
1456 Bureau of Indian Affairs Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1995
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1461 Bureau of Indian Affairs Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1995-1996
1462 Bureau of Indian Affairs Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1996
1463 Bureau of Indian Affairs workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1997
1464 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Administrative, 1982, 1995
1465 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Adult readers, undated
1466 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Agendas and minutes for meetings, 1973-2008 (1 of 2)
1467 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Agendas and minutes for meetings, 1973-2008 (2 of 2)
1468 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Brochures, undated
1469 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, By-laws, circa 2013
14610 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Center for the Study of Reading grant, 1981, 1989
14611 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Comprehension Project, National Institute of Education, R-74-0017, 1974-1976
14612 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Conference on Public Education, 1997-1998
14613 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Cooperative Equity Research Advancement grant, 1979
14614 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Crisis Hotline, 1990-1993
14615 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Dorothy Menosky memorial, 2012
14616 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, E. Brooks Smith honoring correspondence, 1998
14617 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Fact sheets, 1997
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1471 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Important papers, 1976-2004
1472 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Initial Encounters With Print grant proposal, National Institute of Education, January, 1980
1473 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Newsletters, 1988-2004
1474 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Political advocacy guide, circa 1997-1998
1475 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Professional Development Center, 1990-1993
1476 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Reading Comprehension in Middle Grades, National Institute of Education, R-74-0140, 1974
1477 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Rejuvenation conferences, 1974-1999
1478 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, San Francisco Unified School District contract, 1994
1479 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, San Francisco Unified School District correspondence, 1994-1995
14710 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, San Francisco Unified School District team listings and information, 1994-1995
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1481 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Sells, Arizona, 1978-1980
1482 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Stamp, undated
1483 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Teacher Education book, 1992-1994
1484 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Teacher Support Fund, 1983-2009
1485 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Timeline, 1998-2005
1486 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Whole Language as term correspondence, 2002, 2007
1487 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Workshops, projects, consultations, undated
1488 Certificate awards, 1984-2011
1489 Commencement program, Yetta Goodman, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, December 19, 1967
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149 Conference books, program guides, November, 2004-April, 2006
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150 Conference books, program guides, April, 2006-February, 2009
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151 Conference books, program guides, November, 2010-December, 2011
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152 Conference books, program guides, April, 2012-May, 2014
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153 Conference books, program guides, July, 2014-June, 2015
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1541-3 Conference brochures, 1968-1989
1544 Critical Issues in Early Literacy conference, 2003-2004
1545 Elva Knight Research Grant, 2006-2008
1546 Family Haggadah newsletters, 1989-2013 (1 of 2)
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1551 Family Haggadah newsletters, 1989-2013 (2 of 2)
1552-4 Goodman Gazette newsletters, 1967-2009
1555 Honorary Doctorate, Hofstra University, April, 2002-May, 2002
1556 Impact Conferences and Concept of Impact Conferences, National Council of Teachers of English, International Reading Association, 1979-2009 (1 of 2)
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1561 Impact Conferences and Concept of Impact Conferences, National Council of Teachers of English, International Reading Association, 1979-2009 (2 of 2)
1562 Ken's Roast (70th Birthday), November, 1997
1563 Ken's Star Chart, circa 1997
1564 Metta Yetta draft, undated
1565 Miscue Update: Detroit Revisited conference, 1984
1566 Newspaper clippings, 1970-2005
1567 Reading Hall of Fame membership lists, 1999-2010
1568 Regents Professorship, Yetta Goodman, 1989-1993, 2002
1569 The Relationship of Text Structures to Quantity and Quality of Miscues, 1980-1982
15610 Teachers Applying Whole Language workshop, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, October, 1982-December, 1982
15611 Technical Assistance in Promoting Reading Comprehension cost proposal, July 23, 1982
15612 The Three Models of Reading, Carolyn Burke, undated (1 of 2)
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1571 The Three Models of Reading, Carolyn Burke, undated (2 of 2)
1572 Tohono O'Odham proposals funded and unfunded, 1981-1986
1573 Videotape release letters signed and blank, 1970, 1995
1574-6 Whole Language Block, 1990-1997
1577 Winter workshop, 1980-1982, 2005
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1581 Winter workshop, 1982-1991
1582 Winter workshop, December, 1984-December, 1986
1583 Winter workshop, 1986
1584 Winter workshop, 1990
1585 Winter workshop, 1992
1586 Winter workshop, 2000
1587 Yetta Goodman's studies for comprehension exam, Wayne State University, circa 1965
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1591 Arizona Young Readers Award, Judy Blume, 46 minutes, magnetic tape
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reel, March 8, 1977
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1592 Arizona Young Authors Conference, magnetic tape reel, 1978
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160 8 tapes of Ken Goodman and others at a Psycholinguistic Conference, Wayne State University, magnetic tape reel, 1965
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161 16 mm film reel, Scott, Foresman and Company, undated
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162 Ephemeral buttons and sash, Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Arizona Young Authors Conference, circa 1960s-1990s
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163 Reading Miscue Inventory: Procedure for Diagnosis and Evaluation Complete Kit, 1972
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1641-3 Correspondence, 1975-2005
Subseries 6 Phonics Phacts Research, 1975-2001
Materials include articles from newspapers, magazines, and professional publications intended to aid Kenneth Goodman in his research for writing his book Phonics Phacts, published in 1993 by Heinemann. Some correspondence is also present. This subseries is organized chronologically.
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1644 Why Johnny Still Can't Read, Rudolph Flesch, Family Circle, November 1, 1979
1645 Schools Turn Out More Illiterates, G.K. Hodenfield, Phoenix Gazette, November 17, 1981
1646 Maybe Kids Could Read If We Didn't Try So Hard to Teach Them, William Raspberry, Tucson Citizen, December 5, 1981
1647 Johnny is Smarter Than You Think, G.K. Hodenfield, Austin American-Statesman, May 22, 1982
1648 Reading Could Be Risky, W.D. Emrys Evans, The Times Educational Supplement, November 26, 1982
1649 From Legos to Literacy, The Times Educational Supplement, April 5, 1985
16410 Pamphlets for parents, Edmonton Public Schools, September, 1985
16411 Debate Over Reading is Rekindled, Gene I. Maeroff, The New York Times, March 18, 1986
16412 No Way to Teach, Frank Smith, The New York Times, October 25, 1986
16413 Does Learning by Rote Stifle Motivation?, Fred M. Hechinger, The New York Times, October 28, 1986
16414 Reading Method Lets Pupils Guess, Leah Y. Latimer, The Washington Post, November 29, 1986
16415 Literacy Projects Uses the 'Whole Language' Method to Teach Reading, Durham Caldwell, The Boston Sunday Globe, March 8, 1987
16416 Go Away, Dick and Jane, Sandra Salmans, November 5, 1988
16417 Transforming Literacy Instruction, Nancy Leavitt Shanklin and Lynn K. Rhodes, Educational Leadership, Volume 46, Number 6, March, 1989
16418 Real' Books Bump Reading Texts in Novel Teaching Approach, Melinda Voss, The Des Moines Sunday Register, April 16, 1989
16419 Reading, Writing, Reminiscing, Leland B. Subject 6s, Teaching K-8, May, 1989
16420 The Best of All Worlds, Judith M. Cochran, Instructor, May, 1989
16421 Do Whole Language Teachers Have to Suffer?, Teachers Networking, Volume 9, Number 3, Spring, 1989
16422 Making Sense of Whole Language, Irene C. Fountas and Irene L. Hannigan, Childhood Education, Spring, 1989
16423 Illiteracy: An Incurable Disease or Education Malpractice?, William L. Armstrong, U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee, September 13, 1989
16424 Teaching Our Children to Read, Honorable Joseph E. Brennan, Congressional Record, October 23, 1989
16425 Whole Language: Reading by Immersion, Subject 8 New Weld, The Boston Sunday Globe, January 7, 1990
16426 New Age' Textbooks Pulled from Jackson School, Barbara Wilcox, The Stockton Record, February 1, 1990
16427 Senate Approves Armstrong Amendments to Improve Literacy, February 6, 1990
16428 From a 'Great Debate' to a Full-Scale War: Dispute Over Teaching Reading Heats Up, Robert Rothman, Education Week, March 21, 1990
16429 Weighing Claims of 'Phonics First' Advocates, Connie Weaver, Education Week, March 28, 1990
16430 Reading is the Civil Rights Issue of the '90s, Charlotte T. Iserbyt, AFA Journal, March, 1990
16431 Advocates Square Off Over Literacy Approaches, Anne Meek, May, 1990
16432 Whole Language' Approach Stresses Learning in Context, The Providence Sunday Journal, February 24, 1991
16433 See Spot Run Away, Andrea Atkins, Child, February, 1991
16434 Deborah McGriff: Reforming Detroit's Schools to Meet Demands of the Future, Detroit Free Press, July 12, 1991
16435 The Whole Idea, Volume 1, Number 4, Summer, 1991
16436 Why Can't They Be Like We Were?, Gerald W. Bracey, Phi Delta Kappan, October, 1991
16437 Whole Language Tops Board Agenda, Waynesboro, Georgia, January 16, 1992
16438 Subject 6ny Will Read - Period, Ricki Morell, The Charlotte Observer, February 23, 1992
16439 Learning to Read: The Never-Ending Debate, Frank Smith, Phi Delta Kappan, February, 1992
16440 Failing Grades for Textbooks, Diane Manuel, The Boston Sunday Globe, March 1, 1992
16441 Teaching Reading: Are Our Schools Failing the Test?, Lynne Ainsworth, Toronto Star, April 23, 1992
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1651 America 2000, Jason Kirkpatrick, Z Magazine, May, 1992
1652 Dr. Chall and Friends on Reading Instruction, August 26, 1992
1653 Nu Waz for Kidz tu Lern Rdn, Rtn, Thomas Toch, U.S. News & World Report, September 14, 1992
1654 Language Arts Female Scholars, 1992-1998 (1 of 2)
1655 Language Arts Female Scholars, 1992-1998 (2 of 2)
1656 Fighting Over Reading, Joseph Berger, The New York Times, November, 1993
1657 International Report Card Shows U.S. Schools Work, William Celis 3d, The New York Times, December 9, 1993
1658 Fifth Column: Education, Andrew Nikiforuk, The Globe and Mail, February 11, 1994
1659 Georgia Teacher Ignores Silence Law, Is Suspended, Arizona Daily Star, August 24, 1994
16510 Combating the Radical Right, Nadine Barlow, October, 1994
16511 Words of Wisdom, Sue MacDonald, The Cincinnati Enquirer, November 2, 1994
16512 Inventive Spelling Isn't Pretty, But It Works, Barbara F. Meltz, The Boston Globe, November 10, 1994
16513 National Standards Won't Guarantee More Learned Students, Carol Jago, The Outlook, November 28, 1994
16514 Hooked on Phonics Agrees to FTC Advertising Rules, Aaron Nathans, December 15, 1994
16515 The Great Debate: Revisited, Art Levine, The Atlantic Monthly, December, 1994
16516 Hooked on Phonics, 1994-2002
16517 Schools' Method Spells Debate, Yamil Berard, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, January 15, 1995
16518 Teens Make Reading Fun for Kids, Sue MacDonald, The Cincinnati Enquirer, January 31, 1995
16519 Miami Program Aims to Help Increase Local Literacy, Ginger McLaughlin, The Miami Student, Oxford, Ohio, February 7, 1995
16520 Influenced by Fantasy Posing as Fact, Allen Berger, The Cincinnati Enquirer, February 8, 1995
16521 Principals Take the Pulse of Standards Movement, Joanna Richardson, Education Week, February 15, 1995
16522 Debate Over How to Teach Turns Ugly, Margaret Trimer-Hartley and Joan Richardson, Detroit Free Press, March 16, 1995
16523 State's Reading, Math Reforms Under Review as Scores Fall, Richard Lee Colvin, Los Angeles Times, March 23, 1995
16524 California Flunks Again, Debra Saunders, San Francisco Chronicle, March, 1995
16525 Different Drummers, David Ruenzel, Education Week, April 19, 1995
16526 Statement of Emerson J. Elliot, National Assessment of Educational Progress, Washington, D.C., April 27, 1995
16527 Teaching Debate Divides Districts, Yamil Berard and Bill Bowen, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, May 4, 1995
16528 Read All About It, Cecil Adams, Tucson Weekly, May 11, 1995-May 17, 1995
16529 How Should We Teach Our Children to Read?, Bill Honig, May 22, 1995
16530 Mastery Learning and the Teaching of Reading, Volume 14, Number 1, May, 1995
16531 Legislators Push Basics in Schools, Greg Lucas, San Francisco Chronicle, July 8, 1995
16532 Bad Spelling Now Viewed as Inventive, Nanette Asimor, San Francisco Chronicle, July 10, 1995
16533 Phonics Triumphs Over Newfangled Reading Method, Marilyn Marks, Miami Herald, July 10, 1995
16534 Veronis, Suehler Study Sees Positive Outlook for Books, Publishers Weekly, August 7, 1995
16535 Hey, What's With All That Noise?, Yamil Berard, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, August 13, 1995
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1661 Is Reading Just a Guessing Game?, Brandon T. Dutcher, The Sunday Oklahoman, August 20, 1995
1662 Choral-like Reading Plan Makes a Comeback, Billy Tashman, The New York Times, August 26, 1995
1663 Education Pendulum Swings Again, Lori Aratani, San Jose Mercury News, August 27, 1995
1664 American Educator, Volume 19, Number 2, Summer, 1995
1665 U.S. Schools Need New Management, Morton Kondracke, Arizona Daily Star, September 5, 1995
1666 State Report Urges Return to Basics in Teaching Reading, Richard Lee Colvin, Los Angeles Times, September 13, 1995
1667 The Wicked Whole Language is Dead, Debra J. Saunders, San Francisco Chronicle, September 13, 1995
1668 Forced Choices in a Non-Crisis, Ken Goodman, September 19, 1995
1669 A Novel School Plan: Back to Basics, Susan Estrich, USA Today, September 21, 1995
16610 Declaration of War on the Religious Right, Jane Ely, Houston Chronicle, September 24, 1995
16611 An Analysis of Whole Language, Linda Spohn, The Public Education Network, September, 1995
16612 Every Child a Reader, The Report of the California Reading Task Force, circa September, 1995
16613 Research Summary of Study in Progress, Wayne P. Thomas and Virginia P. Collier, George Mason University, circa September, 1995
16614 Summit Slated for Governors, Corporations, Drew Lindsay, Education Week, October 4, 1995
16615 Why Schools Can't Teach, Andrew Nikiforuk and Deborrah Howes, circa October 6, 1995
16616 Did Whole Language Fail in California?, Jeff McQuillan, Communicate Newsletter, October, 1995
16617 The War Against Public Schools, Mano Singham, Z Magazine, October, 1995
16618 Is Whole Language Doomed?, Harvey Daniels, Rethinking Schools, Volume 10, Number 2, Winter, 1995
16619 Wrangling About Reading, Robert O'Harrow, Jr., The Washington Post, November 5, 1995
16620 Forty Massachusetts Professors of Linguistics and Psycholinguistics Blast Whole Language, The Blumenfeld Education Letter, Volume 10, Number 11, November, 1995
16621 Literacy Pays Off, Literacy At Work, Number 15, December, 1995
16622 Conclusion: Another Look at Reading Theory, Subject 6 Smith and Warwick Elley, Learning to Read in New Zealand, 1995
16623 Bill AB 170, California Senate Education Committee and Senate Appropriations Committee, circa 1995
16624 Texas, 1995-1996 (1 of 2)
16625 Texas, 1995-1996 (2 of 2)
16626 Apartheid Legacy Lingers at Schools, Say Teachers, Johannesburg, South Africa, January 8, 1996
16627 Learn to Read, Stay Out of Jail, Matthew Robinson, Investor's Business Daily, Los Angeles, California, January 12, 1996
16628 Schools Still Waiting for New Reading Plan, Richard Lee Colvin, Los Angeles Times, January 22, 1996
16629 Board Ponders New Format to Make NAEP More Cost-Effective, Useful, Millicent Lawton, Education Week, Volume 15, Number 18, January 24, 1996
16630 The Whole Vs. the Parts, Brian Kladko, Ashbury Park Press, March 17, 1996
16631 Teachers Groups on Target for Reading Standards, Marilyn V. Otter, North County Times, March 24, 1996
16632 Why California Kids Can't Read, Jill Stewart, The Sacramento Bee, March 24, 1996
16633 Innventive Speling, Limbaugh Institute for Advanced Conservative Studies, March, 1996
16634 The Blackboard Bungle, Jill Stewart, LA Weekly, Volume 18, Number 14, March, 1996-July, 1996
16635 California English, Volume 1, Number 3, Spring, 1996
16636 Where Reading Fails, Jeff McQuillan, Daily News, April 14, 1996
16637 As Reading Scores Plummet, States Get Hooked on Phonics, Laurel S. Walters, The Christian Science Monitor, Boston, Massachusetts, April 18, 1996
16638 State Board Oks Reading Policy Based on Phonics, Richard Lee Colvin, Los Angeles Times, May 4, 1996
16639 Back to Basics, Hal Mattern, The Arizona Republic, May 7, 1996
16640 Phonics Funding Draws Cheers, Jeers from Educators, Miguel Helft and Joanna M. Miller, Los Angeles Times, May 7, 1996
16641 Wilson Ties Offer of School Funds to Use of Phonics, Richard Lee Colvin, Los Angeles Times, May 7, 1996
16642 California Education System Plans Return to Phonics, Chicago Tribune, May 10, 1996
16643 Complete "Quality of Education" Poll Results, USA Today, May 13, 1996
16644 U.S. Schools Can't Teach? Don't Believe the Myths, USA Today, May 13, 1996
16645 Our View: 240 Colleges Get Smart, Make SATs Optional, USA Today, May 14, 1996
16646 Silber is 'Absolutely AWOL' in His New Role, Jon Keller, The Boston Globe, May 15, 1996
16647 Days Are Numbered for 'Whole Language', Subject 6 Rosemond, circa May 22, 1996
16648 Invented Spelling: Creative or Crippling to Kids?, Nanci Hellmich, USA Today, June 5, 1996
16649 Kids Take Parents' Lead to Read and Succeed, Mike Madden, USA Today, June 19, 1996
16650 Back-to-Basics Approach to education Would Serve Schools and Children Best, Katherine Kersten, Minneapolis Tribune, June, 1996
16651 Language and Phonics Needed to Learn Reading, USA Today, July 10, 1996
16652 Phonics: Key Step in Learning to Read? 'Whole Language' Critics Say So, Mark Siebert, The Des Moines Sunday Register, July 14, 1996
16653 A Bitter War Over Words, Richard Lee Colvin, Los Angeles Times, July 15, 1996
16654 Demand for Phonics Growing Louder, Jayne Feld, Tarrytown Daily News, July 15, 1996
16655 Dole Hits School 'Monopoly' and Its 'Pliant Pet', Elaine Harden, The Washington Post, July 18, 1996
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1671 Dole Says He Back Choices in Education, Jack B. Coffman and Maria Douglas Reeve, St. Paul Pioneer Press, July 18, 1996
1672 California, Whole Language, and NAEP, Ken Goodman, July 19, 1996
1673 The Effects of Print Access on Reading Acquisition, Jeff McQuillan, University of Southern California, circa July 20, 1996
1674 Whole Language' Technique Attacked, Theresa Monsour, St. Paul Pioneer Press, August 2, 1996
1675 Parents Turn to Tutors as Reading Scores Tumble, Rosalind Rossi and Sharon Cotliar, Chicago Sun-Times, August 12, 1996
1676 Dole speech, USA Today, August 16, 1996
1677 A Back to School Special Report: The Baby Boom Echo, U.S. Department of Education, August 21, 1996
1678 Clinton Not the First to Push Literacy, Nanci Hellmich, USA Today, August 28, 1996
1679 America's Agenda, Fall, 1996
16710 Defining Literacy Downward, Diane Ravitch, The New York Times, September 5, 1996
16711 Curriculum to Be Set for Teacher Training, Tim King, The Daily Telegraph, September 19, 1996
16712 Top Five on Training Hitlist, Josephine Gardiner, September 27, 1996
16713 Whole Language Philosophy Guides Instruction in New Jersey District, Anna Flanagan, The Council Chronicle, September, 1996
16714 Issues in Literacy Development, Stephen Krashen, California Framework on Language Arts Committee, Sacramento, California, October 25, 1996
16715 Why Subject 6ny Can't Decode, G. Reid Lyon, The Washington Post, October 27, 1996
16716 Why Subject 6ny Can't Read, Ben Marks, West, October 27, 1996
16717 How Whole Language Became a Hot Potato In and Out of America, Christina Duff, The Wall Street Journal, October 30, 1996
16718 Parents Report on America's Reading Crisis, October, 1996
16719 School Daze, Beth Frerking, The Arizona Republic, November 10, 1996
16720 Reading Teachers Are Going Back to School, Mathina Carkci, The Prince George's Journal, November 13, 1996
16721 Structured Ways Make Comeback in Some Schools, Veda Morgan, The Courier-Journal, Louisville, Kentucky, November 25, 1996
16722 California Schools Go Back to Phonics, The New York Times, 1996
16723 Phonics and Politics: "Sounding Out" the Consequences, Noel K. Jones, 1996
16724 Congressional Panel Learns What Schools Want, Lucille Renwick, Los Angeles Times, January 31, 1997
16725 Grade 3 Goes for a Test Drive, Sue-Ann Levy, The Saturday Sun, Ontario, Canada, February 22, 1997
16726 Reading Debate Rages on in U.S., Matt Crenson, Hawaii Tribune-Herald, February 24, 1997
16727 Community Update, U.S. Department of Education, February, 1997
16728 Whatever Happened to Dick and Jane?, Allison Berryhill, Better Homes and Gardens, February, 1997
16729 Do Children Understand What They're Reading?, David Booth, The Globe and Mail, March 3, 1997
16730 Reading Wars, Subject 11 Miller Rubin, Chicago Tribune, circa March 3, 1997
16731 Reading Between the Lines, Jean Veltema, California Educator, March, 1997
16732 Reading the Code, Reading the Whole, Bruce Bower, Science News, March, 1997
16733 Phonics Push May Be Coming to Shove, Daniel M. Weintraub, Orange County Register, April 12, 1997
16734 District Misuse of California Reading Funds Alleged, Kathleen Kennedy Manzo, Education Week, May 7, 1997
16735 Educators Still Disagree on How to Teach Reading, Jacques Steinberg, The New York Times, May 11, 1997
16736 Reading Wars, Subject 11 Miller Rubin, Daily Record, Morris County, New Jersey, May 11, 1997
16737 Teaching Children to Read, Jacques Steinberg, The New York Times, May 11, 1997
16738 How Our Kidz Spel: What's the Big Deel?, Elaine Woo, Los Angeles Times, May 29, 1997
16739 Panel Urged to 'Set Bar High' for Learning, Richard Lee Colvin, Los Angeles Times, May 29, 1997
16740 New Orthodoxy Calls for New Literacy Methods, Roger Beard, Times Education Supplement, England, May 30, 1997
16741 Public Opinion, Professionalism and Ideology, Subject 13 Monaghan, International Reading Association Research Conference, May, 1997
16742 Building Schools That Work Through Whole School Reform, Congressman David R. Obey, July 28, 1997
16743 Rethinking Schools, Volume 12, Number 1, Fall, 1997
16744 Throw These Tests Out of School, Chester E. Finn, Jr., The Wall Street Journal, September 9, 1997
16745 H.R. 2614, Reading Excellence Act, October, 1997
16746 Revamp of Teacher Training Urged, Deborah Anderluh, The Sacramento Bee, November 5, 1997
16747 Clashing Over Education's One True Faith, Jacques Steinberg, The New York Times, December 14, 1997
16748 A Bilingual Helping Hand, Lucy Tse, Los Angeles Times, December 17, 1997
16749 The Case Against Bilingual Education, S. Krashen, 1997
16750 Political Stupidity Does More Harm to Nation's Schools Than Anything, Molly Ivins, Arizona Daily Star, March 6, 1998
16751 Preventing Reading Difficulties in Young Children, Dan Quinn, National Research Council, March 18, 1998
16752 Schools Defy State, Allow Exemptions on New Test, Tina Nguyen, Los Angeles Times, March 21, 1998
16753 Report in Brief: NAEP 1996 Trends in Academic Progress, Jay R. Campbell, Kristin E. Voelkl, and Subject 7ricia L. Donahue, National Center for Education Statistics, May, 1998
16754 Action for Better Schools, Volume 5, Number 4, Spring/Summer, 1998
16755 California's Reading Disorder, Los Angeles Times, July 2, 1998
16756 Guru' Uses Phonics as Part of Whole Language, Cathryn Creno, The Arizona Republic, July 8, 1998
16757 High/Scope Study Revises Direct-Instruction Questions, Education Week, July 8, 1998
16758 Holistic Teaching Approach Seems Simple, But Invites Battles, Ed Lowe, The Post-Crescent Wisconsin, October 3, 1998
16759 Reading Debate Comes to Oshkosh, Gina Mangan, Oshkosh Northwestern, October 3, 1998
16760 Hayward Town Meeting, October 25, 1998
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1681 Arizona State Legislature, 1998
1682 HB 2130, 1998
1683 The Literacy Crisis excerpt, Jeff McQuillan, 1998
1684 Beginning to Read and the Spin Doctors of Science: An Excerpt, Denny Taylor, Language Arts, Volume 76, Number 3, January, 1999
1685 Reading Rebuttal: Maine's Approach May Disappoint, Cathy Froggatt, Education Week, March 10, 1999
1686 Whole-Language Model Survives Despite Swing Back to Basics, Kathleen Kennedy Manzo, Education Week, March 17, 1999
1687 The National Reading Panel's Report on Phonics: A Clarification, Constance Weaver, Western Michigan University, Spring, 2000
1688 A Mania for Rubrics, Thomas Newkirk, Education Week, September 13, 2000
1689 Success for All Does Not Produce Success for Students, Stanley Pogrow, September, 2000
16810 Rouge Forum, Number 5, Winter/Spring, 2001
16811 Challenging High-Stakes Standardized Testing, Alex Caputo-Pearl, March, 2001
16812 The Power of Adult Education, Thomas G. Sticht, March, 2001
16813 An Open Letter to Reid Lyon, Steven L. Strauss, Educational Researcher, June, 2001-July, 2001
16814 Back to School, Moving Forward, United States Department of Education, August, 2001
16815 Dole's Education 'Warranty' Does Not Guarantee Results, Debra O'Connor, St. Paul, Minnesota, undated
16816 GOP Seeks Student-Test Compromise in Which Exams Would Be Delayed, David Rogers, The Wall Street Journal, undated
16817 The Great 'Whole Language' Debate, Mary Esch, undated
16818 Let's Not Try to Legislate Learning, David C. Berliner, undated
16819 Why Subject 6ny Still Can't Read, Rudolf Flesch, undated
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1691 Argentina, circa 1979
Series 3 Photographs, circa 1970-2007
The majority of the materials in this series relate to the travels of and conferences attended by the Goodmans. This series is arranged alphabetically.
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1692 Australia and New Zealand, circa 1980-1985
1693 BIA workshop, circa July, 1993
1694 Book celebration, undated
1695 Burton Bloch, circa 1993
1696 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, Gold Coast, 1988
1697 Center for Expansion of Language and Thinking, National Council of Teachers of English, March, 1988
1698 Compact discs, 2004
1699 Conference, Detroit, Michigan, circa 1993
16910 E. Brooks Smith, circa 1985-1986
16911 England, circa 1990
16912 Goodman family, undated
16913 Guatemala, 2004
16914 Heron Island, Australia, 1988
16915 International, circa 1970-2002
16916 International Reading Association, circa 1980-1988
16917 It's Always a Good Time to Read!, December 23, 2007
16918 Kenneth and Yetta Goodman, undated
16919 Language, Reading and Culture Department functions, 1994-2004
16920 Literacy event book signing, Sells, Arizona, circa 1992-1993
16921 LRC class, circa 2001-2002
16922 Miscue Center portraits, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, 1971
16923 Miscue workshop, 1976
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1701 Phonics course, circa 2000-2003
1702 Primer Congreso de los Américas sobre Lectoescritura, Maracaibo, Venezuela, October, 1992
1703 Puerto Rico, circa 1990s
1704 Regents professors, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, undated
1705 Students, circa 1991-2004
1706 Students' families and children, undated
1707 Teacher/Student Whole Language interactions for conference, National Council of Teachers of English, circa 1995-1996
1708 Unidentified, undated
1709 Weekend workshops, 1998
17010 Whole Language Block calendar, circa May, 1996-March, 1997
17011 Whole Language fair, Spring, 1989
17012 Whole Language Umbrella, undated
17013 Winter workshop, 1986, 2000
17014 Workshop, 1993
17015 Yetta M. Goodman Faculty Achievement, undated
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171 Awards, 1969-2007
Series 4 Oversize, circa 1969-2007
This series contains oversized and bulky materials, comprising mostly of large photographs and personal awards and honors. A majority of these materials lack context or are difficult to accurately date.
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172 Ephemeral/Personal, circa 1981-1991
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173 Framed photographs (2), undated
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174 Photographs/Posters, circa 1960s-2000s
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175-180 Raw data binders, undated