Effects of Multimedia Vocabulary Annotations and Learning Styles on Vocabulary Learning
CALICO Journal Volume 21, Number 1, ISSN 0742-7778
Investigated the effectiveness of three types of vocabulary annotations on vocabulary learning for English-as-a-Foreign-Language college students: the annotation only, text plus picture, and text plus picture and sound. Determined whether learners with certain perceptual learning styles benefitted more from a particular type of vocabulary annotations. (Author/VWL)
Yeh, Y. & Wang, C.w. (2003). Effects of Multimedia Vocabulary Annotations and Learning Styles on Vocabulary Learning. CALICO Journal, 21(1), 131.
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