|1.||Barrows S. T., An Introduction to the Phonetic Alphabet ( revised edition), Boston, Expression Co., 1938. A manual of graded lessons in the acquisition of the skills needed in phonetic transcription.|
|2.||Bender J. F., and Kleinfeld V. M., Principles and Practices of Speech Correction, pages 113-115, New York, Pitman Publishing Corporation, 1938. This part of the text describes the use of arrow symbols in the transcription of inflections.|
|3.|| Borden R. C., and
Busse A. C., Speech Correction, pages 160-207, New York, F. S. Crofts and Co., 1929.|
This chapter includes a description of the errors made by foreign- speaking individuals and the various methods for their correction. Rules are given for clearing up some of the confusions due to the peculiarities of English spelling.
|4.|| Buckingham B. R., and
Dolch E. W., A Combined Word
List, Boston, Ginn and Co., 1936.|
A compilation of the 19,000 most frequently used words in English. The rankings of each word as assigned by various authors of other word lists are given.
|5.|| Caldwell F., and
Mowry M., "The Essay Versus the
Objective Examination as Measures of the Achievement of Bilingual Children," Journal of Educational Psychology, 1933, Vol. 24, pages 695-702.|
Spanish-speaking children in the third to the eighth grades inclusive did much better on the objective type of examination. Specific phases of the language handicap are discussed.
|6.||DeVargas D., "Teaching 'Mexicans' an English Vocabulary," Elementary English Review, 1937, Vol. 14, page 31.|