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Computer Aided Instruction as a Reading Motivator
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Reading Improvement Volume 26, Number 2,

Abstract

Examines the efficacy of a computer assisted instruction system designed to help junior high school remedial reading students increase their reading motivation by immediately providing definitions for unknown words. Finds that the program increases students' reading rates and actively engages students in reading novels. (RS)

Citation

Cutler, R.B. & Truss, C.V. (1989). Computer Aided Instruction as a Reading Motivator. Reading Improvement, 26(2), 103. Retrieved January 22, 2020 from .

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