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The Role of Pre-Existing Highlights in Reader-Text Interactions and Outcomes

Samuel Dodson, Luanne Freund, Rick Kopak
2018 Proceedings of the 18th ACM/IEEE on Joint Conference on Digital Libraries - JCDL '18  
Many digital information environments enable sharing of readers' highlights and other annotations, despite the lack of clear evidence of the effects on interaction behaviours and outcomes.  ...  We report on an experimental user study (n=15) of the impact of pre-existing highlights of varying quality on the digital reading process and outcomes of participants with different cognitive styles.  ...  PRIOR WORK Given the central role of reading in learning, and the impact of reading comprehension on post-secondary education outcomes, it is essential to find ways to support effective reader-text interactions  ... 
doi:10.1145/3197026.3197066 dblp:conf/jcdl/DodsonFK18 fatcat:5fzx55p27fguhjtcby3vjs5voe

LEARNING ENGLISH READING SKILL THROUGH E-LEARNING

Baiatun Nisa
2017 Wanastra : jurnal bahasa dan sastra  
These roles include: (1) mastering the ICT and having the ability to handle technical problems on the technology; (2) having the ability to interact with students in written form; (3) becoming a motivator  ...  The cultural finding which is continuously occuring within the learning process is the emerging new roles of teacher in e-learning based on classes.  ...  The interaction between the teacher and the student (s) and among student participants plays a strong role in shaping the learning experience of those participants.  ... 
doi:10.31294/w.v9i2.2590 fatcat:ymwjkbabwjbxfjc6hkwsgt7zam

The Text Type Effect on Moroccan EFL University Learners' Reading Achievement

Mohammed Msaddek
2017 English Language and Literature Studies  
Indeed, incorporating two primary text genres (i.e., narrative, expository) in the conduct of this current research, the study is intended to substantiate any marked interrelatedness existing between text  ...  The obtained data were collected by means of a corpus of research instruments such as reading comprehension tests (i.e., pre-test, post-test), strategy training and reading comprehension texts (i.e., narrative  ...  outcome of the interaction between the reader's previously acquired knowledge and the content of the written input.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ells.v7n2p99 fatcat:qry7pxjjxfdxxoealw5qezbwwy

Pasquarelli, Susan Lee, Cole, Robert A., and Tyson, Michael J. (eds.) (2018). Passport to Change. Designing Academically Sound, Culturally Relevant, Shortterm, Faculty-led Study Abroad Programs. Sterling, VA: Stylus. 256 pages

Beate Brunow
2019 Frontiers  
This is a book review of the title: Pasquarelli, Susan Lee, Cole, Robert A., and Tyson, Michael J. (eds.) (2018). Passport to Change.  ...  Part Two also highlights the role of student-centered pedagogy and points to the significance of including pre-departure and re-entry sessions as part of the study abroad curriculum.  ...  The chapter on assessment by Deardorff moves beyond traditional discussions of pre-and post-assessment and challenges readers to examine what student learning in a culturally relevant program abroad means  ... 
doi:10.36366/frontiers.v31i2.463 fatcat:qlvjxqe6yfdhpo5xocucdfotby

Contemporary hermeneutics and the role of the self in translation

Amrollah Hemmat
2009 MonTI : monographs in translation and interpreting  
on the unique role of the translator as the co-creator of the text seems to have arrived at a relative reconciliation and ease through studies in self reflexivity.  ...  of the role of the translator.  ...  In that sense, there exists a mutual interaction between the reader and the text. The reader, or the community of readers, engage in a changing and dynamic interaction with the text.  ... 
doi:10.6035/monti.2009.1.7 fatcat:35hh72xffbhmpilvex65vo7gjm

Development and Explanation of a Framework for Social Reading: Social Reading Based on Shared Regulation (SRBSR)

Chen Guo, Xiangdong Chen
2021 Journal of Higher Education Research  
With the development of technologies for reading and the rise of social reading which considers readers the core in learning and emphasizes sharing and interaction, traditional theoretical reading models  ...  Social reading is a type of interactive reading activity that can activate readers' reading and discussions, promote expressions of multiple ideas, and facilitate collaborative inquiry and knowledge building  ...  In addition to readers' representations of the factors in the physical and social context, the context models also include the representations performed by readers with their pre-existing knowledge, reading  ... 
doi:10.32629/jher.v2i3.341 fatcat:7llnsr26qbek7hslyat657amea

The documentation of quality engineering

Ashley Williams
2004 Proceedings of the 22nd annual international conference on Design of communication The engineering of quality documentation - SIGDOC '04  
The results show that textual features of the documents of the older design methods persist in the newly adopted use cases and that readers' approaches to text-related meaning making also persist, indicating  ...  The paper concludes with discussions of implications for technical communicators and genre theorists interested in technical communication.  ...  The existence of miscellaneous sections highlights generic recurrence in the social action of the dumped texts because in the pre-dump SRA such information would have had its place and thus would have  ... 
doi:10.1145/1026533.1026538 dblp:conf/sigdoc/Williams04 fatcat:ondxpurguzfqlk6waicoh2iawy

Activating Schema to Develop Reading Skills among Engineering Students

D. Swathi Patnaik et al., D. Swathi Patnaik et al.,
2018 International Journal of English and Literature  
In such context, this paper highlights the importance of the reading skills, reading models, schema theory and types of schema.  ...  The paper also elucidates various strategies to activate schema theory and the teacher's role in it.  ...  Outcome: Students would be able to apply the strategy of using schema to improve reading skills. Description of the  ... 
doi:10.24247/ijelaug20184 fatcat:5l2kf4kwvjci3dvy2dpm6lb2ma

'Shared intelligibility' and two reflexive strategies as methods of supporting 'responsible decisions' in a hermeneutic phenomenological study

Juliana Thompson
2018 International Journal of Social Research Methodology  
shed light on data from a study of the experiences and views of nursing home nurses regarding their occupational role and status, and work identity.  ...  Her academic and research activities focus on the development of a workforce skilled in the health and social care of older people, and the involvement of older people in nurse education.  ...  Literary hermeneuticists, highlight that this is both a strength of the methodological approach, and a problem, by emphasizing that because of their contexts and pre-understandings, readers of literature  ... 
doi:10.1080/13645579.2018.1454641 fatcat:b77liae3jjcqla7mrhvfshuhsq

Multiple Models of Multiple-Text Comprehension: A Commentary

Helge I. Strømsø
2017 Educational Psychologist  
In that model, readers' mental representations of single texts were expanded to mental representations of multiple documents.  ...  Research on multiple-documents literacy basically emanates from studies on the reading of texts in the domain of history (e.g., Perfetti, Britt, & Georgi, 1995; Wiley & Voss, 1999; Wineburg, 1991) , and  ...  Thus, the nature of readers' pre-existing beliefs in terms of their value and integration into a larger belief system may determine whether a text belief-inconsistency effect will occur.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00461520.2017.1320557 fatcat:gev7aehcxjd3hp2ad2biwujdqu

Engaging minds and hearts: Social and emotional learning in English Language Arts

Meaghan Storey
2019 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
Reviewing existing ELA-based SEL programs and examples from the literature of successful integration of SEL concepts by teachers, the author makes a case for developing unscripted, versatile, and integrated  ...  The complimentary nature of methods and objectives in ELA and SEL facilitates adaption and minimal disruption to ELA curriculum.  ...  Using the novel Slated, the author explores the impact of nuanced features of writing including tense and voice that help the reader to connect and interact with the text.  ... 
doi:10.20360/langandlit29355 fatcat:xmo33zbd2nhfvf572avj6h3iee

An Application of a Three-phase Reading Comprehension Instructional Model in Teaching Language Arts at Vietnamese High Schools

Pham Thi Thu Huong
2018 American Journal of Educational Research  
During reading, readers make sense of the text by taking different actions to achieve both decoding and understanding the text simultaneously.  ...  However, in Vietnam, reading comprehension instruction does not really pay attention to guiding students to actively read texts as highlighted in this model.  ...  A certain distance exists between the text and the reader.  ... 
doi:10.12691/education-6-5-6 fatcat:d3ijsa4h5vdn3gbsv4a2gtloay

FORMING APPROPRIATE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORKS: TOWARDS A FRAMEWORK FOR THE STUDY OF LITERARY RESPONSE IN L2

Kamsilawati Kamlun, Chelster Sherralyn Jeoffrey Pudin, Eugenia Ida Edward, Irma Wani Othman
2021 International Journal of Education, Psychology and Counseling  
The researchers will provide an outline of Reader Response theories and how they affect the learning of literature in L2 in this study.  ...  Using the conceptual framework, based on Reader Response Theory, it allows researchers to explore what types of responses pre-service teachers have to literary texts while they are involved in the reading  ...  Based on this reader-oriented theory, meaning resides within the interaction between the reader and the literary work. The reader plays a vital role in making sense of the work.  ... 
doi:10.35631/ijepc.643009 fatcat:6ywyyag26nfb5mbxo7x2mlro24

Developing reading comprehension with moving image narratives

Fiona Maine, Robin Shields
2015 Cambridge Journal of Education  
Baseline and final data relating to children's reading accuracy, rate and comprehension of written texts were gathered using a standardised reading assessment.  ...  More importantly, the findings point at the importance of using alternatives to written texts within the reading curriculum.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was sponsored in part by Film Club (www.filmclub.org) and also supported by a Cambridge Humanities Small Research Grant.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0305764x.2014.998625 fatcat:ffdx7jdzk5cybivg7ffni7cob4

A Review on Systematic Guided Reading Strategies and Its Implication on Reading Comprehension

Nik Intan Baizura Ramsa, Rafizah Mohd Rawian
2021 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
Teachers play an important role in guiding their students with systematic reading strategies as scaffolding measure in literacy learning.  ...  The method is also applicable in conjunction with other reading activities such as reading aloud, independent reading and shared reading.  ...  Corresponding Author Nik Intan Baizura binti Ramsa School of Languages, Civilization and Philosophy, Universiti Utara Malaysia Email: ms_ramsa@yahoo.co.uk  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v11-i6/10112 fatcat:jgaubn56vreufda6jgv7yerpmy
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