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HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2022-05-15
10:25
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
The use of reading strategies in second language reading comprehension. -- Focus on dealing with unknown words. --
Kazuhsia Hara (Nagoya Univ.), Sachiko Kiyokawa (Tokyo Univ.), Haruhiko Mitsunaga (Nagoya Univ.) HCS2022-7 HIP2022-7
In second language (L2) text comprehension, the use of strategies is considered important for efficient text comprehensi... [more] HCS2022-7 HIP2022-7
pp.35-40
ET 2022-03-04
13:25
Online Online Text Reconstructing System of Editorial Text Based on Reader's Comprehension and its Evaluation
Yuki Okaniwa, Kojiri Tomoko (Kansai Univ.) ET2021-65
Authors write editorial texts by constructing the logical structures of the claim. Readers grasp topics and their relati... [more] ET2021-65
pp.79-84
TL 2021-12-18
16:20
Online Online Enhancement of Speech and Reading Comprehension Activities Based on Reflection of English Extensive Reading and Oral Reports -- A Study on the Construction of a Loop Organically Connecting Out-of-Class Extensive Reading and In-Class Activities --
Yoshitaka Sugimoto (TGU), Yasushi Tsubota (KIT) TL2021-30
This empirical study examines the correlation between the increase in reading volume and the increase in reading speed (... [more] TL2021-30
pp.25-29
ET 2021-09-10
13:15
Online Online Predicting Code Reading Test Answers by Using Eye Movement Features
YUE YAN, Minoru Nakayama (Tokyo Tech) ET2021-11
Code reading comprehension progress has been shown to distribute in the eye movement data, which makes predict the code ... [more] ET2021-11
pp.17-22
ET 2019-09-06
11:55
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology Consideration of the line of sight of reading by children during pre- and post-concentration rev4.0 -- Reading situation using photo reading technique --
Shinjiro Murayama (Special Needs Education School for the Visually Impaired, Univ.), Koji Harada (Utsunomiya Unive.), Sachiko Kimura (ALMACRATION) ET2019-28
The 4th reading party for elementary and junior high school students including developmental disabilities was held.This ... [more] ET2019-28
pp.17-22
TL 2019-07-27
16:10
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] L2 processing of complex scope ambiguity in English -- Can perceivers learn to access non-structural cues? --
Yukiko Koizumi, Eri Shoji (Yamagata Univ.) TL2019-26
Studies show that native perceivers can employ various factors in resolving structural ambiguities. In the case of the E... [more] TL2019-26
pp.71-75
TL 2019-07-28
10:30
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University Comprehension of underspecified iterative meaning in Japanese
Yao-Ying Lai, Michiru Makuuchi (National Rehabilitation Center), Maria Pinango (Yale Univ.), Hiromu Sakai (Waseda Univ.) TL2019-31
This study examines the processing of sentences like "The athlete jumped for 20 minutes", which involve an iterative mea... [more] TL2019-31
pp.101-106
ET 2019-03-15
14:50
Tokushima Naruto University of Education Reflection Support Environment of Paper Introduction Presentation for Training Reading Skill and Presentation Skill
Keisuke Fukuhara, Tomoko Kojiri (Kansai Univ.) ET2018-103
In the paper introduction presentation, the presenter summarizes the contents of the document in slides and present them... [more] ET2018-103
pp.93-98
WIT, IPSJ-AAC 2019-03-08
11:15
Ibaraki Tsukuba University of Technology News with comprehension support information and effect for foreigners of Japanese language learning
Shinjiro Murayama (Special Needs Education School for the Visually Impaired, Univ.), Koji Harada (Utsunomiya Univ. Division of Professional Teacher Education), Isao Goto, Hideya Mino, Ichiro Yamada (NHK) WIT2018-66
DAISY is a digital format developed for the visually impaired. "Multimedia DAISY" with synchronized audio, text and imag... [more] WIT2018-66
pp.15-20
ET 2019-01-26
14:35
Osaka Umeda Campus, Kansai University Effects of readers’ beliefs and heuristics on moral reading
Yohei Okibayashi, Keigo Fujinaga, Takane Kubota, Yoshiki Matsuoka (Yamaguchi Univ.) ET2018-82
In this research, the experiment was conducted the following experiments on 60 university students. In the experiments, ... [more] ET2018-82
pp.31-34
TL 2018-07-28
14:20
Tokyo Keio University Longer yet Faster Dependency Resolution and the Expectation Effect
Nanami Moriyama, Hajime Ono (Tsuda) TL2018-18
Previous studies have suggested that memory retrieval and expectation for upcoming linguistic input are importantly part... [more] TL2018-18
pp.33-38
TL 2017-09-23
15:50
Kyoto Kyoto Institute of Technology The Effect of Rapid Reading Multimedia Materials and Extensive Reading Materials on Senior High School Students' English Reading Comprehension
Yoshitaka Sugimoto (Nanyo H.S.) TL2017-42
This practical study attempts to investigate the effectiveness of a multimedia learning material powered by MS PowerPoin... [more] TL2017-42
pp.25-30
ET 2016-03-05
10:10
Kagawa Kawaga Univ. (Saiwai-cho Campus) A Extensive Reading Support System using English News
Yuji Tanimoto, Kazuaki Ando (Kagawa Univ.) ET2015-111
Extensive reading is a method of language learning that can improve reading comprehension. Extensive reading in English ... [more] ET2015-111
pp.99-103
ET 2016-03-05
16:50
Kagawa Kawaga Univ. (Saiwai-cho Campus) Narrative Map Creation with Pseudo-Haptics for Promoting Narrative Comprehension
Kazuaki Umetsu, Akihiro Kashihara (UEC) ET2015-144
A drop in Japanese reading comprehension has been pointed out. It is hard for younger Japanese to read sentences with co... [more] ET2015-144
pp.285-290
ET 2015-06-06
16:15
Mie Faculty of Engineering, Mie Univ. A generator of C program reading comprehension tests using execution traces
Yuta Hida, Yuichiro Tateiwa, Daisuke Yamamoto, Naohisa Takahashi (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) ET2015-22
Instructors use reading comprehension tests for improvement of reading comprehension about C program. They must decide t... [more] ET2015-22
pp.67-72
NLC, TL [detail] 2015-06-04
17:10
Tokushima The University of Tokushima Analysis of Sentence End Expressions and Assessment of Their Difficulty for Japanese Learners as a Second Language
Hideki Tanaka, Tadashi Kumano, Isao Goto (NHK) TL2015-7 NLC2015-7
Japan's national public broadcasting corporation, NHK, launched "News Web Easy" in April 2012. This web service provides... [more] TL2015-7 NLC2015-7
pp.37-42
TL 2014-08-13
14:00
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall [Invited Talk] The interaction of working memory and expectation-based processes in sentence comprehension
Shravan Vasishth, Samar Husain (Univ. of Potsdam) TL2014-32
Husain and colleagues [1] have shown using self-paced reading that, in Hindi, when the expectation for an upcoming head ... [more] TL2014-32
pp.113-114
TL 2014-08-13
15:05
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall When high-capacity readers slow down and low-capacity readers speed up: Working memory differences in unbounded dependencies for German and Spanish readers
Bruno Nicenboim, Pavel Logacev (Univ. of Potsdam), Carolina Gattei (IBYME), Shravan Vasishth (Univ. of Potsdam) TL2014-33
We examined argument-head distance effects in SVO and SOV languages (Spanish and German) taking into account readers' wo... [more] TL2014-33
pp.115-120
ET 2014-07-05
15:00
Akita Akita Univ. Learning by Reading Computer Programs: Design of a Support System
Takahito Tomoto, Takako Akakura (TUS) ET2014-26
Learning about programming requires the development of two different skills: learning the program syntax necessary to wr... [more] ET2014-26
pp.23-26
ET 2012-10-27
13:00
Nagano   A basic study on the practical exercise setting in algorithmic thinking learning
Makoto Satoh (Graduate School, Shinshu Univ.), Mizue Kayama, Hisayoshi Kunimune, Kazunori Itoh, Masami Hashimoto, Makoto Otani (Shinshu univ.) ET2012-43
The purpose of this study is to explore a educational methodology for an algorithmic thinking. Since 2008, we have exami... [more] ET2012-43
pp.31-36
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