The effect of a summarization-based cumulative retelling strategy on listening comprehension of college students with visual impairments


Tuncer A. T. , Altunay B.

JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS, vol.100, no.6, pp.353-365, 2006 (SSCI) identifier identifier

Abstract

Because students with visual impairments need auditory materials in order to access information, listening comprehension skills are important to their academic success. The present study investigated the effectiveness of summarization-based cumulative retelling strategy on the listening comprehension of four visually impaired college students. An adapted multiple-investigation design across subjects was used. Findings suggest that the instructional procedures led to increased listening comprehension among participants, and that these gains were maintained at follow-up 30 days later.