Essays about: "Online reading"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 89 essays containing the words Online reading.

  1. 1. The effectiveness of using children’s literature in an ESL classroom to develop vocabulary acquisition

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Institutionen för kultur, språk och medier (KSM)

    Author : Julia Griffin; Amanda Travell; [2023]
    Keywords : Children s literature; vocabulary acquisition; children s books; vocabulary development; English as a second language; ESL classroom;

    Abstract : The purpose of this study is to determine the benefits of using children's books to promote vocabulary acquisition for young learners in an English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom. Researchers have been debating the use of children's literature to develop a new vocabulary. READ MORE

  2. 2. An Ontological Representation for the Real-Time Evaluation of Vaccine Coverage, Safety, and Effectiveness

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Institutionen för datavetenskap

    Author : Elise Lång; [2023]
    Keywords : Ontology; Vaccine evaluation; FAIR principles; Ontology evaluation;

    Abstract : Data used when studying vaccination programs and vaccine evaluations are collectedfrom multiple, and constantly changing data sources. These data sources are often isolateddata silos, that are hard for researchers and public health organizations to connect, andthus hinders when researchers and public health organizations are conducting these studies. READ MORE

  3. 3. A quantitative study of upper-secondary ESL students’ reading comprehension abilities in relation to reading strategies, metacognitive awareness, and motivation

    University essay from Mälardalens universitet/Akademin för utbildning, kultur och kommunikation

    Author : Emma Lovisa Zels; [2022]
    Keywords : ESL; high motivation; metacognitive awareness; reading comprehension; reading strategies; upper-secondary school;

    Abstract : This study investigates reading comprehension strategies amongst 298 Swedish ESL students in upper-secondary school, possible relationships between high motivation to learn and high strategy use, and whether more experienced readers tend to use reading strategies more frequently than lesser experienced readers. Data was collected through online surveys, and the findings were analysed using quantitative analysis. READ MORE

  4. 4. An online study of L2 relative clause processing: Evidence from self-paced reading in Persian learners of English

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Allmän språkvetenskap; Lunds universitet/Masterprogram: Språk och språkvetenskap

    Author : Abdolnoor Khaleghi; [2022]
    Keywords : relative clause; online L2 processing; second language comprehension; attachment preference; self-paced reading; heuristic processing; good-enough approach; working memory span.; Languages and Literatures;

    Abstract : This study examines relative clause (RC) processing in Persian learners of English and native speakers of English to explore whether or how different task demands, referential context information with three potential RC antecedents along with the variables noun type (definite, indefinite), RC length (short, long) and RC type (extraposed, non-extraposed) affect their processing, using both an online non-cumulative self-paced reading task and an offline questionnaire. In the self-paced reading task, the online processing of RC attachment resolution was examined when participants read temporarily ambiguous sentences with RCs preceded by one clause or two clauses containing three NPs followed by comprehension questions to explore L2 RC attachment preferences. READ MORE

  5. 5. Syntactic Crossroads: Testing L2 sensitivity to Strong Crossover in an online experiment.

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för svenska och flerspråkighet

    Author : Daniele Tucciarone; [2022]
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    Abstract : We investigated sensitivity of non-native speakers of English to the Strong Crossover (SCO) constraint and Binding Principle C. Taking Clahsen & Felser’s (2006) Shallow Structure Hypothesis as a theoretical foundation, we tested whether non-native speakers would show a similar ability in predictively processing syntactic gaps in Strong Crossover configurations as had English native speakers in Kush et al. READ MORE