ABSTRACT

The present study introduces systematic research methods using speech technology and eye tracking as measures of reading ability. With this aim, the study conducted a pilot experiment with native speakers of Korean learning English as a second/foreign language. The results of the study offered a way to quantitatively analyze and measure their first language and second language reading ability recording speech production and eye movement collected during reading.

KEYWORD

Reading proficiency, Eyetracking, Reading aloud

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