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Bimodal Reading: Benefits of a Talking Computer for Average and Less Skilled Readers
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Journal of Learning Disabilities Volume 29, Number 3, ISSN 0022-2194

Abstract

Eighteen average readers and 18 less-skilled readers (grades 8 and 9) were presented with social studies and science passages via a computer either visually (on screen), auditorily (read by digitized voice), or bimodally (on screen, highlighted while being voiced). Less-skilled readers demonstrated comprehension in the bimodal condition equivalent to that of average readers in the visual condition. (Author/DB)

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Montali, J. & Lewandowski, L. (1996). Bimodal Reading: Benefits of a Talking Computer for Average and Less Skilled Readers. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 29(3), 271. Retrieved October 22, 2019 from .

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