The Relationship between Eye-perception and Voice-response in Reading

@inproceedings{BUSWELL2004TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Eye-perception and Voice-response in Reading},
  author={G. T. BUSWELL},
  year={2004}
}
  • G. T. BUSWELL
  • Published 2004
In oral reading the eye always moves along the line of print in advance of the voice, at times keeping very far in the lead and at other times very little in advance. A mature reader tends to maintain a comparatively wide average span between the eye and the voice, which at times may amount to the space occupied by seven or eight words. An immature reader, however, tends to keep the eye and voice very close together, in many cases not moving the aye from a word until the voice has pronounced it… CONTINUE READING