Computers and L2 Reading: Student Performance, Student Attitudes
Foreign Language Annals Volume 30, Number 1, ISSN 0015-718X
Investigated how intermediate students of French interacted with a computerized second language reading gloss from three perspectives: (1) the relationship between the group's choice of program options and their comprehension; (2) individual user styles; and (3) student perceptions of program effectiveness. (31 references) (Author/CK)
Davis, J.N. & Lyman-Hager, M.A. (1997). Computers and L2 Reading: Student Performance, Student Attitudes. Foreign Language Annals, 30(1), 58-72.
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