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Marks of Readable Style: A Study in Adult Education (Columbia University, Teachers College, Contributions to Education Series : No 897)
Rudolf Franz Flesch
by Ams Pr Inc
Written in English
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Marks of readable style: a study in adult education. -- Author: Flesch, Rudolf Franz, Publication info: New York: Bureau of Publications, Teachers College. Marks of Readable Style: A Study in Adult Education: Flesch, Rudolf Franz: Books - or: Rudolf Franz Flesch. The author provides a revised system for determining the comprehension difficulty of written material through the use of two new formulae which measure reading ease and human interest.
The following elements are used in analyzing text passages: (1) average sentence length in words; (2) average word length in syllables; (3) average percentage of "personal words"; (4) average percentage of Cited by: Early adult readability formulas.
During the recession of the s, the U.S. government invested in adult education. InDouglas Waples and Ralph Tyler published What Adults Want to Read About. It was a two-year study of adult reading interests. Their book showed not only what people read but what they would like to read. Graduate study programs in adult-continuing education are reaching greater milestones each year.
Ina total of 44 univer-sities offered adult education as a graduate degree program, a jump of 20 in three years. The growth of graduate programs in adult education is expressive of the need for leaders in this field.
The demand will. BEHAVIOR THERAPY 7, () Readability and Behavior Modification Texts: Cross-Comparisons and Comments FRANK ANDRASIK, GEORGE R.
KLARE Ohio University AND WILLIAM D. MURPHY Mendota Mental Health Institute, Madison, Wisconsin Recent studies have appeared which contain readability analyses on various behavior modification by: 6.
Rudolf Flesch’s most popular book is Why Johnny Can't Read--And What You Can Do About It. Look It Up A Deskbook Of American Spelling And Style by.
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The Flesch formula was used to determine the readability level of tests commonly used in counseling and group testing situations. Suggestions are made concerning the use of tests requiring reading abilities in vocational counseling situations.
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Marks of Readable Style; A Study of Adult Education New York: Teachers College, Columbia Uni-versity,pp. The original formulas, summary of the field, and exten-sive bibliography R F Flesch.
4 Flesch, Marks of Readable Style; A Study in Adult Education (); Flesch, How to Test Readability (); Flesch, The Art of Readable Writing (). The scientific derivation of Flesch's readability formula is given in his article "A New Readability Yardstick" () 32 Journal of Applied Psychology Cited by: 1.
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For prediction, refined readability formulas with stronger criterion passages and updated familiar -word lists have appeared, although the computerization of readability tests sometimes encourages misapplying or misinterpreting them when screening text.