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Effects of Note-Taking Training on Reading Comprehension and Recall

@article{Rahmani2011EffectsON,
  title={Effects of Note-Taking Training on Reading Comprehension and Recall},
  author={M. Rahmani and K. Sadeghi},
  journal={The Reading Matrix : an International Online Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={11},
  pages={116-128}
}
  • M. Rahmani, K. Sadeghi
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • The Reading Matrix : an International Online Journal
  • The present study examined the process and product effects of note-taking strategy training on Iranian EFL learners’ comprehension and retention of written material, with gender as a moderating variable. Intermediate undergraduate EFL learners (N = 108) were assigned to experimental and control groups. The Experimental (intervention) Group received training on how to take notes, using graphic organizers as a guide, while the Control Group did not receive any instruction. A multiple-choice… CONTINUE READING
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