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Record identifier : 564325
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Ashrafolaqalaee, Ahmadreza
Title and statement of responsibility : On the notion of psychological reality of constituent structure and its implications in reading comprehension and speed for persion EFL students [Thesis]/احمدرضا اشرف‌الله کائلی;supervisor: Dr. M. Nowruzi;advisor: Dr. S.A. Miremadi
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , September 1992
Language of the Item : eng
General Notes : with a floppy disk
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : bibliographical P. 63-65
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Master of Arts(M.A)
Body granting the degree : , College of Persian Literature And Foreign Languages Allameh Tabatabaei
Summary or Abstract : We may analyze language materials (linguistically) into units of different sizes, including phones, words, phrases and sentences. The hypothesis of this experiment was that such units, especially phrases and sentences, had to be arranged as such in the perception of the listener or reader so that the materials could be understood better. This study, dealing with constituent structures, aimed at the relationship between physical arrangement of constituents and the reading process rather than speaking. The main research question was: " Does physical arrangement of constituent structure affect reading comprehension and speed? ". The subjects participating in the study were chosen from among the juniors majoring in English of Islamic Azad University. In order to find an answer to the research question, two sorts of Forms containing sentences with breaks at major and minor boundaries were arranged, segmented and organized. The passage were taken from Michigan Test. There was also an original From of reading Comprehension section of the 1972 Michigan Test. In other words, there were three Forms: Two Forms, one with breaks between lines as closely as possible to major boundaries non - broken -down constituents and one with breaks at minor boundaries broken - down constituents, and also one intact from. The result obtained from the experiments clearly proved that sentences with breaks at major boundaries took time to read, process and understand. Therefore, percpectual supports for linguistic units, like those used in presenting the materials of this study, might be useful in learning a new language, in general, and in learning to read efficiently, in particular..
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