comparative study of two approaches to the teaching of reading in the national language.

by Nancy Modiano

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A comparative study of two approaches to the teaching of reading in the national language. modiano, nancy. this study was conducted to evaluate two approaches for training students with a previously acquired foreign language ability. the two approaches studied were monolingual and bilingual.

the hypothesis of the monolingual approach suggests Cited by: 3. The problem of this study was to determine if a significant difference existed between the mean achievement scores, on the Gates Primary Reading Tests, of two equated matched pairs of culturally deprived first grade children after the experimental group had used a programed approach to reading instruction and the control group had used conventional methods.

Part of the Special Education and Teaching Commons Let us know how access to this document benefits you - share your thoughts on our feedback form. Recommended Citation Byrd, Malika A., "A comparative study of the effectiveness of two approaches to reading instruction, whole language and direct instruction with perceptually impaired students Author: Malika A.

Byrd. reading skills are not well developed, or if the meaning of a book is not clear to the adolescent reader, then reading a bo ok will instead be a struggle with words.

These two cases show a tipAuthor: Marijne Slager. paraphrastic approach. The findings indicate that the teaching approach is influenced by the students’ inability to comprehend English language which forces teachers to spoon feed the students and use the students’ mother tongue as the medium of instruction.

The implication is that literature teaching with the aims of developing students’File Size: KB. Karim, S., & Haq, N. Culture of language learning: A comparative study of English language textbooks used in Pakistan.

Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies, 10(2), Abstract This study is concerned with the evaluation of two English language teaching (ELT) textbooks from. In this study we compared the use of two supplemental balanced and strategic reading interventions that targeted the decoding, fluency, and reading comprehension of upperelementary and middle school students with reading disabilities (RD).

All students had significant delays in decoding, fluency, comprehension, and language processing. lowered comprehension when reading a second language. 3) What are the most effective methods for teaching reading in a second language. The literature contrasting the reading behavior of native and non-native speakers of English in each of these areas is reported and discussed.

Research on reading a second language has been directed by three very. Professor of German Studies at Stanford University. Her book, Reading development in a second language, won the Modern Language Association’s Mildenberger Prize as an exceptional contribution to foreign-language research as well as the Edward Fry Award from the National Reading Conference as an outstanding contribution to literacy research.

The different teaching approaches in this post can be classified into four theoretical orientations: structural, cognitive, psychological and functional. Let’s look at each perspective briefly. Structural; Structural approaches believe that language can be reduced to a learnable set of building blocks.

This study is based on a course ‘Teaching of literature: Reading the word and the world’ taught to 45 Year 2 TESL undergraduate student teachers at the Faculty of Education, UKM. A Teaching Method: Reading Approach Written by: Thety Anggraini () Lianasari () English Education Study Program Sriwijaya University INTRODUCTION Nowadays, English becomes an international language.

It demands all the society in every background especially for students to master it well. Mastering English becomes a need for students who want to. An Analysis of Language Teaching Approaches and Methods —Effectiveness and Weakness LIU Qing-xue, SHI Jin-fang (Foreign Language School, East China Jiaotong University, Nanchang Jiangxi ,China) Abstract: Language teaching approaches and methods have cast light on the language teaching theory and practice.

Neural systems of second language reading are shaped by native language. Human Brain Mapping, Vol. 18, Issue. 3, p. Interactive approaches to second language reading A case study of two readers: Models of reading and reading performance. Context of study. Despite the importance attached to writing, teaching writing is often a thankless job.

English teachers in China “suffer” from the “tedious and unrewarding chore” of correcting students’ essays (Hyland, ).Even though feedback is valued very highly by students and teachers (Brick,Hu, ), the mistakes in these essays keep on repeating themselves.

According to Asher and James (), Methods are the combination of techniques that are used and plasticized by the teachers in the classrooms in order to teach their students and approaches are the philosophies of teachers about language teaching that can be applied in the classrooms by using different techniques of language teaching.

This review surveys research on second language vocabulary teaching and learning since It first considers the distinction between incidental and intentional vocabulary learning.

Although learners certainly acquire word knowledge incidentally while engaged in various language learning activities, more direct and systematic study of. A Stanford brain wave study shows how different teaching methods affect reading development, with phonics showing increased activity of the area of the brain best wired for reading.

The article "Hard Words" by Emily Hanford sparks a new interest and conversation in how reading is taught and the science of reading. The Comparative Study of Chinese Character Teaching character teaching as second language, Comparative study. Cite This Article: which was announced by National Language Committee in March Thus it can be seen that Chinese character learning is a relatively long process.

international, comparative standpoint. Moreover, since the term comparative education denotes making judgements about two similar areas, topics, or factors, this requires an evaluative eye that reviews the material while reading critically.

The study of making comparisons is systematic; open-mindedness and an understanding. Reading comprehension has two elements that complete the process. The first element is vocabulary knowledge.

The reader must be able to understand the vocabulary used by the writer. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek • “In principle, the discipline of Comparative Literature is in toto a method in the study of literature in at least two ways.

First, Comparative Literatures means the knowledge of more than one national language and literature, and/or it means the knowledge and application of other disciplines in and for the. appropriate teaching methods that best suit specific objectives and level exit outcomes.

In the traditional epoch, many teaching practitioners widely applied teacher-centered methods to impart knowledge to learners comparative to student-centered methods. Until today, questions about the effectiveness of teaching methods on. This study investigates an important area of English language teaching and learning.

techniques of and approaches to teaching reading in the class. It discusses in detail the sub-skills of reading and the problems students face while reading. Interpretation of the Comparative Study The Results of the Classroom Observation School for International Training (SIT) in Brattleboro, Vermont and appear in her book.

Techniques and Principles in Language Teaching (Oxford ). The six studio instructors, each a specialist in the method/approach being demonstrated, are staff members. Table of Contents.

Syllabus. Unit Plans UNIT. 1 Teaching and learning school 24 UNIT. 2 Classrooms are busy places 38 UNIT. 3 Teacher-centred and student-centred methods 44 UNIT.

4 Lecture, demonstration, discussion, questions, and cooperative learning 50 UNIT. 5 Teacher–student and student–student interactions that support learning in the classroom 58 UNIT.

6 Designing instruction. The two theories of learning discussed in this paper are behaviorism and constructivism. study of the relationship between organisms and their environment (Overskeid, ). Watson is the theory of development that is the major foundation for cognitive constructivist approaches to teaching and.

The Comparative approach: theory and method Introduction In this chapter we shall elaborate on the essentials of the ‘art of comparing’ by discussing relation between theory and method as it is discussed with reference to the Comparative approach.

In order to clarify this point of view, we shall first discuss some of the existing. showed that reading difficulties faced by students in learning English resulting from students' reading behaviors were high. In addition, the content (textbook), teaching aids and teaching methods had a significant effect on the reading difficulties.

In the light of the findings of the study. Comparative Thinking Skills: Teaching Students to Compare and Contrast The ability to compare and contrast is one of the first higher-order reading comprehension skills students are introduced to.

And it is no wonder, as the ability to categorise and compare things in terms of their differences and similarities corresponds to some the earliest. National Reading Panel (NRP), convened insynthesized current research on reading development of children in preschool through grade 12 (though very little research existed at the time on preschool children).

The 1NRP produced two major reports in No single definition of reading is.Laboratory teaching methods vary widely, but there is certainly no substitute for an instructor circulating among the students, answering and asking questions, pointing out subtle details or possible applications, and generally guiding students' learning.

The Impact of Communicative Language Teaching Strategies in Solving English Oral Communication Learning Deficiency: A Comparative assessment: Paggamit ng Big Book sa Pagkatuto ng mga Mag-aaral sa Ikatlong Baitang: Improving Reading Through Reciprocal Teaching Approach: Reading-At-Noon Program: Improving Reading Comprehension.