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Study on the Application of Multimedia Technology to the In-class Fast Reading Training

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1 Author(s)
Ling Qi ; Dept. of English, WuHan Univ. of Sci. & Technol., WuHan, China

With the English teaching reform, English teachers are now paying more and more attention to improving students' English abilities, not only to some traditional knowledge. Fast reading is an important reading course during which students should put some skills into it. In daily life, people often use them everywhere when reading newspapers, charts and tables, searching for the airlines or trains, and so on. In order to find out an effective way to improve the reading speed/abilities, especially fast reading abilities of the students in the second-level colleges, the author has designed an experiment to measure whether the students' reading abilities will be improved much more than just with the traditional teaching method due to the applications of the multimedia technology to the in-class fast reading training.

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Web Mining and Web-based Application, 2009. WMWA '09. Second Pacific-Asia Conference on

Date of Conference:

6-7 June 2009