This book (the 72nd and last in the annual series) summarizes approximately 500 reports of reading research identified between July 1, 1995 and June 30, 1996. The research studies in the book are categorized into 6 major areas: (1) summaries of reading research; (2) teacher preparation and practice; (3) sociology of reading; (4) physiology and psychology of reading; (5) the teaching of reading; and (6) reading of atypical learners. All but the first category in the book are further subcategorized, and individual studies within subcategories are grouped by subject. An author index and a list of journals monitored conclude the book. (RS)The interaction between task and meaning construction in efl reading comprehension tests. ... Additionally, it was found that multiple-choice tasks provided more information than open-ended questions, thus influencing even more the ... Participants included 1 fourth grade and 1 fifth grade teacher and their 77 pupils.
|Title||:||Annual Summary of Investigations Relating to Reading, July 1, 1995 to June 30, 1996|