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How We Read Now : Strategic Choices for Print, Screen, and Audio

Baron, Naomi S.   Wolf, Maryanne (FRW)

Oxford Univ Pr 2021/03
284 p. 25 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780190084097
KCN: 1040029781
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DDC: 028.90285
KDC: B100 言語・言語研究一般
C312 教育工学・遠隔教育
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Annotation

Readers of all ages, especially those in school, use learning materials in print, on digital screens, and increasingly with audio. While the words may be the same, research shows important differences in the way we concentrate, understand, and remember with these three media. In How We Read Now, linguist and reading expert Naomi Baron presents cutting-edge research on reading media and offers practical strategies for maximizing success with each format.

Full Description

An engaging and authoritative guide to the impact of reading medium on learning, from a foremost expert in the field We face constant choices about how we read. Educators must select classroom materials. College students weigh their textbook options. Parents make decisions for their children. The digital revolution has transformed reading, and with the recent turn to remote learning, onscreen reading may seem like the only viable option. Yet selecting digital is often based on cost or convenience, not on educational evidence. Now more than ever it is imperative to understand how reading medium actually impacts learning-and what strategies we need in order to read effectively in all formats. In How We Read Now, Naomi Baron draws on a wealth of knowledge and research to explain important differences in the way we concentrate, understand, and remember across multiple formats. Mobilizing work from international scholarship along with findings from her own studies of reading practices, Baron addresses key challenges-from student complaints that print is boring to the hazards of digital reading for critical thinking. Rather than arguing for one format over another, she explains how we read and learn in different settings, shedding new light on the current state of reading. The book then crucially connects research insights to concrete applications, offering practical approaches for maximizing learning with print, digital text, audio, and video. Since screens and audio are now entrenched-and invaluable-platforms for reading, we need to rethink ways of helping readers at all stages use them more wisely. How We Read Now shows us how to do that.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Maryanne Wolf List of Tables and Figures Introduction: The New Great Debate in Reading Part I Sizing Up Reading What's at Stake? Chapter 1: What Do We Mean by "Reading" and "Reader"? Chapter 2: What are You Reading? Chapter 3: Print Reading: A Gold Standard? Part II Reading in Print versus Onscreen What's at Stake? Chapter 4: What Research Tells Us: Single Texts Chapter 5: What Research Tells Us: Multiple Texts Chapter 6: Strategies for Effective Reading Onscreen Part III Reading with Audio What's at Stake? Chapter 7: What Research Tells Us about Audio (and Video) Chapter 8: Strategies for Effective Reading with Audio (and Video) Part IV What's Next? What's at Stake? Chapter 9: Strategizing Reading in a Digital World Chapter 10: The Road Ahead Acknowledgments Notes References Index