Listening retention of third-grade pupils as a function of mode of presentation
Journal of Experimental Education
This study compared the listening retention of third-grade pupils who had been exposed to a literature passage via three modes of presentation. Within each of 20 classrooms, pupils were randomly assigned to one of three groups in which the teacher read from a book, showed a filmstrip, or showed a film. In each presentation, identical words and pictures were used. A listening retention test was administered that showed statistically insignificant differences. Following a statistical power analysis, it was concluded that the three modes of presentation produced approximately equivalent effects upon the listening retention of the pupils. © 1985 Taylor & Francis Ltd.
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Sullivan, Jayne E. and Rogers, Bruce G., "Listening retention of third-grade pupils as a function of mode of presentation" (1985). Faculty Publications. 4801.