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In her study, Pulido found that for learners with stronger passage sight vocabularies, the role of passage sight vocabulary in the perception of ease/difficulty in lexical inferencing depended on the degree of familiarity with the topic.
In the Handbook of Reading Research (2000), there is discussion that the vocabularies of high and low ability learners show huge differences and the differences can be attributed to socioeconomic level.
Repeated readings of the text are essential for learners with more limited vocabularies and help them link the pronunciation of new words with their meanings.
Thus, while considerable research reports the development of children's comprehension vocabularies in the home setting (e.
This article describes the complexity of the representation process and research and developments in metadata schemes and age-appropriate controlled vocabularies.
The Consolidated Health Informatics initiative, the health section of the President's e-Gov initiative, pursues an aggressive schedule to identify existing vocabularies for 26 health-related domains for the purpose of standardizing across the federal government.
The following are reasons for teachers guiding learners to possess a rich vocabulary: (1) subject matter and ideas are expressed with more clarity and accuracy, (2) proficiency in the work place might well depend upon individuals having a quality vocabulary, (3) individuals seemingly have more prestige if their listening, speaking, reading, and writing vocabularies are adequately developed, (4) greater enjoyment of reading is in the offing if a person has a rich functional vocabulary (5) vocabulary development is salient in problem solving.
Personal trainers Ben and Rita guide the user through instructional activities, quizzes, gadgets, and games -- and offer occasional pep talks to keep learners motivated as they add more than 1,000 new words to their working vocabularies.
But extensive technical vocabularies are rarely borrowed over such a wide area, Anthony argues.
Smaller vocabularies are easier to train, while larger vocabulary systems require highly complex recognition algorithms.
Available now, the WebChoir Vocabulary Server(TM) is a set of tools for building controlled vocabularies compliant with international standards, multilingual capable, adhering to state-of-the art technical standards (UNICODE, J2EE, XML, Web Services, and others).