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extensive reading

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Sungwon Park

on 9 July 2012

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Transcript of extensive reading

what is extensive reading
Library
Why?
Extensive Reading
In Class
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Maximize Learner Involvement
Read Aloud to the student
SWOT Analysis
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The Reader Interview
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Students read as much as possible
A variety of materials on a wide range of topics is available
Students select what they want to read
The purposes of reading are usually related to pleasure, information and general understanding.
Reading is its own reward.
Reading materials are well within the linguistic competence of the students
Reading is individual and silent
Reading speed is usually faster rather than slower
Teachers orient students to the goals of the program, explain the methodology, keep track of what each student reads, and guide students in getting the most out of the program.
Encouragement
Comprehesible Input
Adequate Feedback
Strong Interest
Not understand
Not read much
Not enjoy reading
Read slowly
Vicious Circle
Reading curriculum structure
Understand better
Read more
Read faster
Enjoy reading
Virtuous Circle
The instructional programs ensure that students
should know at least the basic 1,000 word families
so that they can indeed acquire vocabulary incidentally
through extensive reading
It can provide
'comprehensible input'
It can enhance
learners' general language competence
It increases
the students' exposure to the language
It can increase
knowledge of vocabulary
It can lead to
improvement in writing
It can motivate
learners to read
It can consolidate
previously learned language
It helps to build
confidence with extended texts
It encourages
the exploitation of textual redundancy
It facilitates
the development of prediction skills
Student Presentations
Written Work Based on the Reading
Use Audio Material in the Reading Program
Avoid the Use of Tests
Discourage the Over-Use of Dictionaries
Monitor the Students' Reading
Maintain the Entertainment
How?
QnA Session
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Interview
Book Report Speech
Ask questions about the story
Pronunciation
Language Fluency
Writing
Attitude
Computer-based Learning
Reading Assistant
Reading Sitter
Making a list of words and expressions
Reading books
Writing book report
Graded Readers Book
Simple Story Books
Audio and Video Materials
Strength
Weakness
Opportunity
Threat
Keep ER Going
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He or she knows how to apply the appropriate resources to the situation.
He or she knows why it is important.
He or she achieves the desired result.
We call him or her a great leader.
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He or she knows what to do in a current situation.
Thank you!!
How do we come to know a language?
패트리샤 쿨
(시애틀 워싱턴대학교)
1980년대
두뇌의 환경 적응
Categorical Perception
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