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ESL forum > Techniques and methods in Language Teaching > Are you interested in teaching reading?    

Are you interested in teaching reading?



aniluza
Peru

Are you interested in teaching reading?
 
Hi everybody .....
 
 
WellLOL  my name is Ana . I am in the ninth cycle  and I will be able to finish my carreer if I do a good project
 
I going to do a project in a high school (first grade)Thumbs Up here in Peru.
 
As you know we are the last in reading comprenhension  and ny project is about that
 
So I pretend to do a project using the following techniques: anticpating, predicting, skimming, scanning, transcoding, word order and deducing the meaning of words..................I think those techniques  are very important to learn the language through reading textsClap    
 
 
 
But I need your help
 
 
Anyone of you could me?
 
 
 
I need ideas, appropiate techniques, methods, texts, strategies, texts
 
 
 

16 Jun 2009      



peiolei
Spain

Hi aniluza,

You can read the following article "Developing active readers: a pedagogical framework for the second language reading class", by Neil J. Anderson. It is a very good article about teaching reading in the ESL classroom. You can find it on the Internet: http://docs.ksu.edu.sa/KSU_AFCs/yousif/Developing%20Active%20readers.pdf.
It hope it helps!
Paola
 
PD: I also have two more chapters of books, but they are not on the web. They are these ones:
Chapter 4: REading. David, Nunan (2002) Practical English language teaching. New York: Mc Graw-Hills companies.
Chapter 6: Reading. Hedge, T. (2000) Teaching and learning in the language classroom. Oxford: OUP.  

16 Jun 2009     



anitarobi
Croatia

I ´ve just sent you a private message - check it
 
Anita

16 Jun 2009     



aftab57
United Kingdom

 
You might find some useful resources here.
 

Timesavers Reading: teaching and learning resource booklet
 

 Another 15 pages resource booklet graded into level full of websites and resources Hope it is useful.

 

Reading: teaching and learning resource booklet

http://ifile.it/tkx2upo

 

http://depositfiles.com/files/wa9goprze

 

http://www.mediafire.com/?2yzb3mznyt5

16 Jun 2009     



alkwassir
Yemen

Thank you aniluza for posting the topic and thank you peiolei & aftab57 for the book and websites. They were exactly as I need. Thank you all againSmile
 

16 Jun 2009     



colinbro
Korea, South

Hi Ana

Neil Anderson has an outline of a recent presentation called Developing Fluent Readers
at this site http://www.readinghorizons.com/community/webinars/files/developing_fluent_readers_handout.pdf

It includes many references.

Also William Grabe has an article RESEARCH ON TEACHING READING at journals.cambridge.org/production/action/cjoGetFulltext?fulltextid=223389. This rounds-up the research about teaching reading but doesn´t have too much applied material.

Handy Resources - Literacy skills for the busy classroom teacher has a site http://www.handyres.com/c/183427/1/guided-silent-reading-using-nz-school-journals-.html
This has many free downloadable lesson plans and follow up activities. It doesn´t include the stories but you will get ideas you might adopt.

Anyway, enjoy the experience and have fun with your students. I wish you well.

Colin

17 Jun 2009     



aniluza
Peru

Thak you !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so much......
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

19 Jun 2009