Reading Practice for Beginners: Effects of Guided Reading, Reading-while-Listening, and Independent Reading with Computer-Based Speech Feedback
Reading Research Quarterly Volume 23, Number 2,
Examines effective ways of practicing reading that facilitate the development of efficient reading skills in beginners. Indicates that increases in reading efficiency depend largely on the amount of independent, computer-aided practice with speech feedback, a method that seems promising as a means of improving reading skills in beginners. (JK)
Reitsma, P. (1988). Reading Practice for Beginners: Effects of Guided Reading, Reading-while-Listening, and Independent Reading with Computer-Based Speech Feedback. Reading Research Quarterly, 23(2), 219. Retrieved March 22, 2023 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/140097/.
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