Characteristics of Learners with Implications for Education

What are the main characteristics of learners in each learning stage? How can awareness of these characteristics impact teaching in school?
The answers to these two important questions can be found in the new printable that I’ve recently published.
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Enjoy reading and learning
Mohamed Ramadan

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If you are interested in how to teach reading comprehension and want practical tips to do so in the classroom, you can buy my latest eBook: Teaching Reading Comprehension to ESL/EFL Learners: A Practical Classroom Guide With Sample Reading Lesson Plans. Although it costs little, it includes many benefits especially for ESL/EFL teachers who search for practical steps that engage their students in reading and produce positive results. The main ideas tackled in this eBook are:

  • The nature of reading comprehension.
  • What should be done before starting a reading lesson?
  • Reading comprehension strategies and activities.
  • How to work with a reading text.
  • How to plan a reading lesson (with a model reading lesson plan).
  • How to develop your students’ reading comprehension so as to be efficient & advanced.

By selling this eBook, you will not only have control over teaching reading comprehension in the classroom but also you will support me with little money to continue my mission of helping ESL/EFL teachers teach the English language more effectively.

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