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Unit 1 Introduction to Extensive Reading

Unit 1 Introduction to Extensive Reading

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Unit 1 An Introduction to

General Objectives:

Demonstrate sound understanding of the definition and characteristics of Extensive Reading as an approach to the teaching of second language reading.

Specific Objectives
• Reexamine the reality of our second language reading classes in general. • Define extensive reading and introduce it as an approach to the teaching of second language reading. • List the defining characteristics of

The Reality of Our Reading Classes
• How is the reading class conducted?
– Materials (is it easy? Interesting?) – Method (how is the reading done? – Teacher’s role (what’re the teacher’s roles?) – Activities (what activities before, during, and after reading?)

WHY ENGLISH TEACHING HAS NOT BEEN SUCCESSFUL?
• STUDENTS RARELY PRACTICE • TEACHERS’ METHOD • ENVIRONMENTAL SUPPORTS (FACILITIES, ETC.)

The Reality of Our Reading Classes
• How is the reading class conducted?
– Materials (is it easy? Interesting?) – Method (how is the reading done? - Activities (what activities before, during, and
after reading?)

– Teacher’s role (what’re the teacher’s roles?)

• THE “X” GROUP FOUGHTS AGAINST THE “Y” GROUPS, WITH THE LATTER HANGED IN EDDIFY .

Why is this reality a problem?

TEACHER:

Definition of ER

Characteristics of ER

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