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22 May

Factors that Hinder Effective Reading

Factors that Hinder Effective Reading 1. Factors within the Individual: Poor vision is a distinct handicap in reading. Problems with hearing affects reading as it requires the ability to hear sounds accurately. Speech defects – It will result in emotional problems. The learner may become unwilling to take part in oral reading. Vocalization and word-by-word reading.

22 May

Intensive Reading and Extensive Reading

Intensive Reading and Extensive Reading When Francis Bacon said “some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed and some few to be chewed and digested”, he was suggesting the importance of two kinds of reading. 1. Intensive Reading It is a minute and detailed study of the factual, linguistic and literary aspects of the prescribed prose text. It enables the learn

22 May

Loud Reading and Silent Reading

Loud Reading and Silent Reading   Loud reading Loud reading is oral reading. It is a special skill. Teaching learners to read a foreign language aloud should be done in the first two-three years. Thus most of the reading in the early stage will be oral reading. Oral reading is necessary in the following situations: Speeches and statements made by men in positions of r

22 May

Types of Reading

Types of Reading 1. Loud reading: Loud reading is oral reading. It is a special skill. Teaching learners to read a foreign language aloud should be done in the first two-three years. Thus most of the reading in the early stage will be oral reading. Oral reading is necessary in the following situations: Speeches and statements made by men in positions of responsibility are read o

22 May

Faulty Reading Habits

Faulty Reading Habits Finger pointing – Since it reduces the speed of reading, it should be gradually avoided. Spreading the spit while turning pages. Regression – Eyes moving backward, while reading, for the words already read. It curtails reading speed and should be avoided. Vocalization – The tendency to read word-by-word and not in sense groups. Absent

22 May

The Analytical Method and the Synthetic Method to Teaching Reading Skills

The Analytical Method and the Synthetic Method to Teaching Reading Skills The Analytical Method pays attention to individual letters and sound. Alphabetic method: It focuses on individual letters. It reduces the speed of reading. Phonic method: It focuses on individual sounds. Here the constituent phonemes of a word are read. For example, bat is read as /b/, /æ/, /t