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A comparative study on the use of information technologies in the development of students’ ability to comprehend what they listen to and watch

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The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of a computer-aided method called ELVES and video-aided instruction on the development of young students’ ability to comprehend what they listen to and watch. Using the video-aided instructions and computeraided ELVES method, it also analyses the likelihood of the video-aided instruction method being used with different techniques, and compares the instructional methods involved with levels of student success of three different experimental groups. An analysis of the students’ post-test results shows a considerable difference in favour of the computer-aided ELVES method for achieving the target behaviours.

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