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ERIC Number: ED019208
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Apr
Pages: 13
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INTERRELATING LISTENING AND READING.
HOLLINGSWORTH, PAUL M.
THE INTERRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LISTENING AND READING ARE DISCUSSED. SOME COMMON ELEMENTS BETWEEN THE TWO SKILLS ARE VOCABULARY, SENTENCE PATTERNS, ORGANIZATION OF IDEAS, AND ADJUSTMENT TO THE FUNCTION OF LANGUAGE. LISTENING COMPREHENSION IS POSITIVELY RELATED TO READING COMPREHENSION. READING AND LISTENING INVOLVE THE SAME MENTAL PROCESSES -- STIMULI AND PRECEPTION. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE TWO CENTER AROUND THE RATE OF PRESENTATION AND THE NUMBER OF TIMES THE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE. IT HAS BEEN FOUND THAT A LISTENING TEST IS AS EFECTIVE AS PREDICTOR OF SUCCESS IN READING AS A STANDARDIZED READING TEST. CLASSROOM LISTENING OR READING INSTRUCTION SHOULD INVOLVE THE GOALS ESTABLISHED FOR THE LEARNER, THE PRACTICE NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE THAT GOAL, AND AN EVALUATION OF PROGRESS. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE (BOSTON, APRIL 24-27, 1968). (BK)
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