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How You Can Motivate Your Students To Read In The Classroom

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What This Article About This article gives EFL teachers some tips on how to make reading comprehension activity accessible and motivating for students. It describes how to create the basic motivational conditions and generate the initial motivation for reading comprehension in the classroom. Motivation Motivation is one of...
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Do You Recognize The Two Keys to Teach Beginning Reading?

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Reading is described by some people as the reconstruction and interpretation of meanings behind printed symbols. Others say it is the process of understanding written language. These explanations of reading are accurate. The main point is that comprehension of written material is the purpose of reading. In fact,...
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How To Read Aloud To Your Students

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The reading aloud moments should be a special time when students feel comfortable sitting and listening with enjoyment. The content should be of high interest and valuable to students. The reading passage should not be too long, otherwise students’ attention will wander. In fact, the teacher needs to...
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Why You Should Read Aloud To Your Primary Students

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Reading aloud is an important component of the primary level English lesson. The teacher usually reads aloud stories or conversations while the students listen or follow in their books. When you read aloud to your students, you help them to find pleasure and enjoyment in the new language,...
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