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The Implementation and Application of a Multi-Strategies Based Reading Comprehension System (II)
|Abstract:||In this study the attending-selecting-organizing-integrating-monitoring (ASOIM) model, revised from Mayer's (1996) SOI model of text comprehension, was used as a foundation to design a user-friendly, multi-strategy based Computer Assisted Strategies Teaching and Learning Environment (CASTLE), aiming to enhance learners' strategy use and text comprehension. The application effects of CASTLE on students with different reading ability were empirically evaluated. 130 sixth-graders took part in an 11-week of computer-based reading strategy instruction. The results show that CASTLE helps enhance the strategy-use and text comprehension abilities in students with both high and low reading abilities.|
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