An experiment to determine whether three-minute timed writings are as effective as five-minute timed writings in the development of basic typewriting skill
Shelor, Nola Versalene
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The following general conclusions were drawn from the results of this study which included (1) measurement of speed; control; and a combination of both speed and control; and (2) preferences of the students regarding the two lengths of writings. The five-minute tests were the primary measurements in this study. The last writing in each rotation period and the averages of the daily timed writings served as secondary measurements.
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