Relative Efficiency of Phonetic Alphabets: An Experimental Investigation of the Comparative Merits of the Webster Key Alphabet and the Proposed Key Alphabet Submitted to the National Education Association (Classic Reprint)

Relative Efficiency of Phonetic Alphabets: An Experimental Investigation of the Comparative Merits of the Webster Key Alphabet and the Proposed Key Alphabet Submitted to the National Education Association (Classic Reprint)


Relative Efficiency of Phonetic Alphabets: An Experimental Investigation of the Comparative Merits of the Webster Key Alphabet and the Proposed Key Alphabet Submitted to the National Education Association (Classic Reprint)

 


by
Guy Montrose Whipple

  • Author: Guy Montrose Whipple
  • Type: FB2
  • Pages: 66 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333523732
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from Relative Efficiency of Phonetic Alphabets: An Experimental Investigation of the Comparative Merits of the Webster Key Alphabet and the Proposed Key Alphabet Submitted to the National Education Association The action of the Department of Superintendence at Mobile, February, 1911, which brought the question of endorsing the Report of the Committee on a Universal key-alphabet before the general meeting of the National Education Association at San Francisco in July, came to my attention in March.

    I was struck with the fact that the evident issue between the Pro posed Key and the key in common use was at bottom a peda gogical issue, and, moreover, one susceptible of experimental solution. In the three months available I therefore devoted to this problem what time could be spared from my university work, and obtained results so significant that they were re ported orally at San Francisco by Dr. J. C. Download Relative Efficiency of Phonetic Alphabets: An Experimental Investigation of the Comparative Merits of the Webster Key Alphabet and the Proposed Key Alphabet Submitted to the National Education Association (Classic Reprint) Bell of the Brooklyn Training School. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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