AN INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL FOR COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION FOR FOREIGN LANGUAGE READING
Issue: Vol 3 No. 2 (1985)
Journal: CALICO Journal
This article presents the rationale behind a model for the use of the computer in the development of reading comprehension. Basic assumptions concerning reading are delineated. The model is explained as having three basic components: intake (text processing and text comprehension), personalization, andextension. The operationalization of the model is also described.
Author: Dale L. Lange, Richard Raschio, Paul Wieser