Sambor Grucza

Sambor Grucza
University of Warsaw | UW

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The article presents the results of the second part of an eye-tracking study conducted on Polish secondary school students working with a textbook for learning English. 20 dyslexic and 20 non-dyslexic school students worked with two sets of materials that had different graphic layouts but the same content. Their eye movements were recorded. The ana...
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The article presents briefly the main aim of eye tracking supported research carried out within the scope of what is broadly understood to be second language learning and teaching. Special emphasis is placed on the capabilities and limitations of eye tracking based cognition in second language learning and teaching. Eye tracking based research of s...
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The research presented here was designed to examine how text perception differs during pretranslational reading and reading with a sight translation goal. Also, they were to see if, and if so, to what extent, pretranslational reading relieves the subjects' mental burden.
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The aim of the article is to discuss the question of (glotto)didactic texts from the point of view of glottodidactics. The division of texts into didactic and non-didactic can be drawn according to the criteria of glottodidactic relevance of a given text. The glottodidactic relevance can be defined as the applicability of a given text for reaching...
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Abstrakt The Internet didactic modules for the purposes of teaching languages and translation have been marked by a low degree of interactivity so far. Tests have been proofed and assessed automatically by an operating system, solely according to the answers entered to the system beforehand. Unlike the previous systems, the aim of the preparation...
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This article presents the results of the eye-tracking study into the perception and retention of information presented on the websites of three banks. The aim of the study was to determine web usability, measured on students of the Institute of Anthropocentric Linguistics and Culturology. The point of departure for the research was an assumption th...

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