ESL Learners' Metacognitive and Cognitive Reading Strategies in by dandanhuanghuang

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									             ESL Learners’ Metacognitive and
             Cognitive Reading Strategies in
             Comprehending Online Reading Materials


                 Neny Isharyanti ~ Iowa State
                 University



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                   Outline of the Presentation

   Purpose of Study
   References
   Methods
   Results
   Conclusions
   Issues & Future Research




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                                     Purpose of Study

 Online reading materials
 Metacognitive and cognitive reading
  strategies




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                                                       References

    Basis:
    O’Malley, M.; Chamot, A.; Stewner-
     Manzanares, G.; Kupper, L.; & Russo, P.
     (1985) Learning strategy Applications
        with Students of English as a Second
        Language. TESOL Quarterly, 19 (3), pp.
        557-584.




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                         Methods- Participants

 4 Indonesians (2 males, 2 females)
 ISU Undergraduates
 Enrolled to First Year Composition
  Class




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                                 Methods - Procedure

   Preparation for paper writing
   Cultural Artifacts – Gamelan
   Choose a link
   Read the link
   Write a summary




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                     Methodology – Web Task




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                                               Methods - Data

 Screen Capture
    camtasia
   Audio Record
   Video Record
   Interview
   Notes




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                                    Methods - Analysis

 Qualitative
 Indicators




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                                                         Results

 Similar strategies
 Unique behavior in computer-based
  environment




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                                                  Conclusions

 Different tasks, different strategy use
 Every student has different reading
  strategies  teacher accommodates
 Computer-based reading materials 
  pedagogical alternative
 Potentials of certain features of
  software  pedagogical purposes



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               Issues & Future Research

 More participants, more tasks
 Expansion of study
 Time consuming data analysis




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