Reading Comprehension Exercises Online : the Effects of Feedback , Proficiency and Interaction

  title={Reading Comprehension Exercises Online : the Effects of Feedback , Proficiency and Interaction},
  author={Philip Murphy Kanda},
  • Philip Murphy Kanda
  • Published 2007
Philip Murphy Kanda University of International Studies This paper describes an ongoing project to create an online version of a reading programme, a custom-designed English language proficiency course at a university in Japan. Following an interactionist view of second language acquisition, it was hypothesised that comprehension of a reading passage could be enhanced by online materials promoting interaction between students as they completed a multiple-choice reading comprehension exercise… CONTINUE READING
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