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COMPUTER-ASSISTED ESL RESEARCH

By Sally Brownfield

Abstract

The computer can be an asset to the intermediate or advanced ESL reading class. This article describes three programs developed to aid ESL students acquire competent reading strategies and shows how simple for-next loops can be creatively integrated into different programs to act as timers. The programs are written in Applesoft BASIC for the IIe. Listings of the first and third programs are included to aid novice teacherprogrammers

Topics: ESL, reading, reading strategies, intermediate, advanced, Applesoft Basic, Basic, Apple IIe, program listing
Year: 2011
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