White Wu Qahtani Warrington Balcombe Paterson 2022 JLDHE Conference proceedings.pdf (1.29 MB)
Effects of reading strategies on reading behaviour and comprehension: implications for teaching study skills
conference contributionposted on 2023-01-20, 11:20 authored by Sarah J White, Shi Hui Wu, Fawziah S Qahtani, Kayleigh L Warrington, Faye O Balcombe, Kevin B Paterson
We summarised findings of our ESRC funded project “Revealing the Implications of Reading Strategy for Reading Behaviour and Comprehension”. The research employed eye-tracking methods, such that measures of when and where the eyes move reveal what is processed when during reading and skimming. Experiments that include manipulations of text characteristics help reveal how reading strategies affect comprehension of text. Our findings have important implications for teaching of reading strategy study skills. We are excited to engage those working in learning development to explore the implications of our findings for study skills teaching and to inform our programme of research.
Citation“Effects of reading strategies on reading behaviour and comprehension: implications for teaching study skills ”, Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education, (25). doi: 10.47408/jldhe.vi25.970.
Author affiliationSchool of Psychology and Vision Sciences, University of Leicester
SourceALDinHE Conference, 9th June 2022
- VoR (Version of Record)