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Title: EFL Learners’ Online Reading Strategies: A Comparison Between High and Low EFL Proficient Readers
Authors: Hsin-Chou Huang;Chiou-Lan Chern;Chih-Cheng Lin
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Applied English
Keywords: reading strategy;second language reading;web-based reading
Date: 2006-04
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T07:52:51Z
Publisher: English Teaching & Learning/ETL, National Taiwan Normal University(THCI-Core)
Abstract: abstract:This study aimed to explore online strategy use among EFL learners of different language proficiencies. To fulfill the purpose of this study, a web-based reading program, English Reading Online, was constructed. The design of this online reading program, which features 15 strategy buttons, echoed reading strategy patterns found in L2 reading literature. In this study, the act of clicking on a certain strategy function button online was traced to reflect a reader’s particular strategy use. Thirty Applied English majors, divided into a High group and a Low group based on their language proficiencies, were asked to read a total of four authentic online texts of two difficulty levels. The results showed that Support strategies made up the overwhelming proportion of strategy use and Problem-solving strategies were used the least. Additionally, the High group and the Low group differed not only in their use of strategy types, but also in their strategy use sequences, with the High group using strategies more effectively. Pedagogical implications of the findings are discussed.
Relation: 30(4S), pp.1-22
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/23021
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