Expanding Eye Span and Motion Among EFL Senior Learners to Enhance Reading Speed

Ayman Mohamed El-Esery


The present study investigated the impact of manipulating electronic reader programs for developing EFL senior learners' reading speed and loud reading skills. 20 EFL senior participants from King, Marriott Academy, Alex., Egypt represented the sample of the study. The treatment proved to be effective in developing reading speed and loud reading skills. Results show that students attended the post reading test expanded their reading speed on normal by 45 words per minute (WPM) and loud reading skills by 20%. The study proved that there is no statistically significant correlation between speed reading and reading comprehension.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jet.v4i1.10421


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