An Investigation On Factors In The Integration Of Reciprocal Teaching Into Multimedia Teaching
You-g Chen 1 * , Deyi Kong 2
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1 Anxi College of Tea Science, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University,Fujian, 362400, CHINA2 FuJian JiangXia University, Fujian, 350108, CHINA* Corresponding Author


The popularity of the Internet has toppled people’s thinking models and teaching styles as well as influenced the operation of school education. In teaching processes, computers could attract students’ attention through vivid images, bright colors and characters, and sound to further promote their learning concentration and interests. Research on the application of integrating information into instruction is increasing, and lots of studies prove that technology could help students’ learning and improve their learning attitudes.

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In this study, the nonequivalent pretest posttest control group design is utilized for the quasi-experiment research. Total 236 students in two classes each from Xiamen University and Fuzhou University in Fujian Province are selected as the research objects for the 32-week experimental instruction for 3 hours per week (total 96 hours).

The research results reveal 1.siginificant effects of adventure education on comprehension, 2.remarkable effects of adventure education on learning effectiveness, 3.the best promotion of comprehension with Reciprocal Teaching under multimedia teaching, and 4.the best promotion of learning effectiveness with Reciprocal Teaching under multimedia teaching. The results are further discussed to propose specific suggestions in this study.

It is expected to enhance teachers’ teaching skills and promote students’ learning effectiveness.


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Article Type: Research Article

EURASIA J Math Sci Tech Ed, Volume 13, Issue 1, January 2017, 133-142

Publication date: 15 Nov 2016

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