They also gain an awareness of the conventions of reading (e.g., one reads from left to right and from the top of the page to the bottom; sentence are made up of words; and some sentences extend beyond a single line of print). In the early elementary years, from first through third grades, children continue learning how to read. It is a complex process, difficult for some and easy for others. Care must be taken during these early years not to overemphasize the learning-to-read process. Reading for pleasure and information develops reading interests and offers children the opportunity to practice their reading skills in meaningful
5.0 Conceptual/ theoretical Framework The conceptual framework are two types of approaches being practiced by teachers which are Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) and Grammar Translation Method (GTM) depends on teachers. Both approaches have different effects for the competency in speaking. Students gain high competency in speaking with the practice of CLT approach, but low competency with GTM approach. The study asses into the activities conducted in class and lesson presentation from teachers by practicing CLT. Data gathered through the classroom observation and interview and being analyzed based on the conceptual framework.
An Investigation into the Reading Teaching Strategies of EFL Secondary School Teachers Presented By Ali Safar Ali Alshahrani Under the Supervision of: Dr. Ahmed Fathey Shoeib Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics Al-Baha University 1437 H / 2015 Abstract This study is about reading teaching strategies of EFL/ESL secondary school teachers. The success of students in school is largely dependent upon the skill of the educator to teach. This, however, does not necessarily mean that teachers should always be held liable for all learning failures because the teaching methods used by the educators are methods, which they themselves learned in school. Yet what if some or most of the teaching strategies taught in school are not always effective? Teaching EFL/ESL reading can
There are some suggestions to the English teachers at Elementary School in order to improve the students’ ability in speaking.The writer expects the teacher to find many creative ways to make student interest in learning English especially in learning speaking skills. The teacher can help the students to practice English speaking skills by using various teaching techniques. One of them is using game such as hopscotch game. It is suggested to the teachers to use this technique as their references in teaching speaking English to their students. Therefore, the teacher can focus on helping the students practicing, organizing and delivering the ideas into the sentence in learning speaking English.
Introduction Since EFL reading carries great weight in foreign language teaching, great efforts have been exerted to improve students’ reading ability. And a good understanding of how students learn and how the teachers teach becomes a key point in the changing society. Teachers are required to change their teaching styles to meet the needs of reading teaching. The teacher’s role is changing. To improve the quality of reading teaching, four concrete problems should be solved.
Each test included three different types of questions: multiple-choice definition questions, sentence-completion (fill-in-the-blank) questions taken directly from (series of words that make sense and that have a subject, noun and a verb) within the text, and sentence-completion questions from other, unrelated sources. Students were divided into 2 reading groups according to their English reading ability. Figuring out, that people who work to find information and teachers need to pay close attention to the way that English reading ability and question format interact, since these issues may affect the results of vocabulary evaluations. The researcher describe the people (who were part of a study, etc. ), classroom method, texts, vocabulary choice, and tests for the present study in Chapter 3.
Reading habits of DLSL communication students and its impact on their writing course performance Jilianne Carmel D. Lucido Jean Camille D. Silva U3A Communication Research 2015-2016 March 2016 ABSTRACT The purpose of this research is to determine the relationship between a students’ reading habit and their academic performance in school. Reading and writing are two skills widely used in the field of communication. This research is conducted to know the reading habit of DLSL communication students and its impact on their writing courses performance. The objectives presented are: to identify the preferred reading materials of the students; to know how often the students read; to know if they learn from what they read and
To solve problems for the primary students in teaching English 1.5 Significance of the study primary students in Oman meet the problem when they learn English language in the school because it is second language and they don’t use this language in every day, they use mother language which is Arabic language to communicate in the school and home. In this research I want solve the problem when the primary students learn this language and I want the primary students like to learn this subject, when they like this subject so they can learn it. As we know English language became now important language in Oman not only in Oman for many countries because many countries use it language in many things, also this language help them to get a good works and they can work in different countries in the future when they know about this language. 1.6 Definition of key
Reading comprehension skill among children in Malaysia is extremely going down from day to day. As stated in the Malay Mail Online (2015), ‘In the 2012 edition of the PISA, Malaysia ranked 52nd overall out of 65 countries due to a dip in reading ability and science’. Therefore, some solutions need to be taken to overcome the problem. This chapter reviews literature relevant to the proposed study. It will be recalled that this study aims to identify the effectiveness of 5 Finger Retelling Strategy on reading comprehension of a participant of year three pupils.
Studying and implementing the conditions under which students are motivated to read is important in the process of teaching and fostering learning change from extrinsic to intrinsic reading motivation. Therefore, reading motivation are the processes to put more effort on reading activities. Researchers have identified a number of factors important to reading motivation,