Reading in Agglutinative Languages Silent Reading and Oral Reading in Turkish

Acartürk, Cengiz
Tuğçe Nur, Bozkurt


Reading : an active information processing skill
Türker, Jennifer; Department of English Language Teaching (1983)
Reading for social purposes : a suggested model
Hancıoğlu, Dilek; Department of English Language Teaching (1986)
Literature courses in English language teacher education A waste of time
Çopur, Deniz (null; 2010-04-16)
Recognition memory of visual objects: the effect of humor and relatedness of associated texts
Zengin, Deniz; Hohenberger, Annette Edeltraud; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2014)
This study investigates the effect of text type (humorous, positive, neutral) and relatedness (related, unrelated) and their possible interaction on memory of visual objects (chocolate bars) associated with those texts, using recognition memory and on-line eye-tracking methodologies. After studying object-text pairs during which their eye-gaze was monitored, participants performed an immediate and a delayed (2 weeks later) recognition memory task for the visual objects. Recognition memory results (hits, d')...
Content Knowledge Derived from Physical Education Teacher Education Programs
Dervent, Fatih; Devrilmez, Erhan; İnce, Mustafa Levent; Ward, Phillip (null; 2019-04-13)
Content knowledge (CK) consists of common content knowledge (CCK) and specialized content knowledge (SCK, Ward, 2009). CCK includes knowledge of the etiquette, rules, techniques and the tactics. SCK includes knowledge of how to teach CCK. Studies show that teachers with strong CK create greater learning gains than those with weaker CK (Kim et al., 2018; Ward & Ayvazo, 2016). We examined what soccer and gymnastics CK preservice teachers learn in PETE programs. Our research questions were: (1) What do the fre...
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C. Acartürk and B. Tuğçe Nur, “Reading in Agglutinative Languages Silent Reading and Oral Reading in Turkish,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: