"To Gloss or Not To Gloss": An Investigation of Reading Comprehension Online
Language Learning & Technology Volume 1, Number 2, ISSN 1094-3501
Investigated effects of multimedia reading software on reading comprehension. Twelve college students enrolled in a second semester French course were instructed to think aloud during reading of text on the computer screen. They read text under one of three conditions: full glossing, limited glossing, no glossing. Suggests computerized reading with full glossing may promote a deeper level of text comprehension. (Author/VWL)
Lomika, L.L. (1998). "To Gloss or Not To Gloss": An Investigation of Reading Comprehension Online. Language Learning & Technology, 1(2), 41-50.
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