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Title:What mathematical task properties can cause an unnecessary demand of reading ability?
Type:For the conference NORMA 11, The sixth Nordic Conference on Mathematics Education, Reykjavik, Iceland, May 11-14, 2011
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Abstract:
In this study we utilize results from Swedish students in PISA 2003 and 2006 to examine what types of task properties predict the demand of reading ability of a task. In particular, readability properties (sentence length, word length, common words, and information density) and task type properties (content, competence, and format) are examined. The results show that it is primarily readability properties of a task that predict the task’s demand of reading ability, in particular word length and to some extent information density (measured through the noun-verb quotient).
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Umeå University
Umeå School of Education
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Department of Science
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Umeå Mathematics
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Mid Sweden University
Faculty of Science,
Technology and Media

Department of Mathematics
and Science Education


Monash University
Faculty of Education
Inclusive Mathematics
Education Research Group


Linköping University
The Institute of Technology
Department of Mathematics


 
 

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