Imagery and Text, Second Edition extends the first editionas unified theory of cognition in literacy from the perspective of Dual Coding Theory (DCT), one of the most influential and empirically sound theories of cognition ever developed. This theory provides a comprehensive, systematic account of all major aspects of literacy including decoding, comprehension, and response in reading and composing in writing. The Second Edition updates DCT as a scientific theory, a cognitive theory, an embodied theory, and a constructivist theory of literacy. New content includes a detailed account of the decoding process and its integral connection to comprehension, a new program of research on DCT in composing text, a review of neuroscientific support, and increased attention to multimedia literacy, socio-cultural influences, and recent educational applications. More than any other theory, DCT explains how both verbal and nonverbal cognition are woven together through all aspects of literacy. Written in concise chapters with illustrative examples, Imagery and Text is approachable for both students and advanced scholars in the field of literacy.The verbal strategy involved writing sentences to explain the relationships between sets ofwords from the passages. ... Using a think-aloud methodology, Miller (1994) had college students write an expository essay on how they learned best. ... the cylinder was followed by the incomplete sentence starters This_____ or It_____. The participants used both types ofpronouns to continue a concrete referent, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Imagery and Text|
|Author||:||Mark Sadoski, Allan Paivio|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-01-04|