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Extensive reading activities for teaching language
|Statement||edited by Julian Bamford, Richard R. Day.|
|Series||Cambridge handbooks for language teachers|
|Contributions||Bamford, Julian., Day, Richard R.|
|LC Classifications||P53.75 .E94 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
handful of studies supporting the use of extensive reading in second and foreign language acquisition. Experiment 1: Extensive Reading And Reluctant Students of EFL In this study, we investigate whether so-called "bad students" or failures in English as a foreign language (EFL) could improve with an extensive reading treatment. Procedure Subjects. So Extensive Reading has a lot to offer - both for our students and ourselves Read on!. References. Atwell, Nancie. () The Reading Zone: how to help kids become skilled, passionate, habitual, critical readers. New York: Scholastic; Bamford, Julian and Richard Day. () Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language/5(84).
Consequently, Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language makes many practical resources for the different aspects of an extensive reading program available for teachers. The editors, Julian Bamford and Richard R. Day, have compiled activities from many classroom practitioners and organized them into five different parts: Organizing. Introduction. This online extensive reading lesson focuses on intermediate and advanced ESL/EFL students. The objectives of this lesson are to guide students to read authentic e-texts outside of the classroom and to improve their overall reading, writing and thinking skills by synthesizing and evaluating online materials with peers.
Extensive reading (ER) is one aspect of an approach that is taken in teaching English to speakers of other languages to build vocabulary and develop reading comprehension. Day and Bamford () note that ER encourages students to read and comprehend fluently, without using. Silent, individual extensive reading contrasts with the way classroom texts are used as vehicles for teaching language or reading strategies or (in traditional approaches) translated or read aloud. It allows students to discover that reading is a personal interaction with the text.
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Review. "This book is an excellent resource for activities and ideas for anyone who is interested in implementing extensive reading or would appreciate efficient help in adding a reading component to a language course.". Francois Pichette, The Canadian Modern Language by: This book, one of the Learning in Doing, introduces over one hundred activities for extensive reading; these activities have been tested by experienced English teacher in real teaching.
The content of the activities include listening, speaking, reading, writing, memorizing words and cos-plays, which are suited for students of every age and : RICHARD JULIAN BAMFORD. The creative and fun speaking, listening, role-play, reading, writing, and vocabulary activities, all linking reading to the rest of the curriculum, are suitable for students of all ages and levels.
Teachers will find this handbook a valuable resource not just for reading courses, but for all types of language courses/5. Extensive reading is an approach to language teaching in which learners read a lot of easy material in the new language. They choose their own reading material and read it independently of the teacher.
They read for general, overall meaning, and they read for information and enjoyment. The activities, contributed by teachers who have used them successfully in classrooms all over the world, introduce extensive reading to students, and link it with the rest of the language curriculum. Here is a wealth of ideas for encouraging students to read, and for using students reading.
Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language Author: Julian Bamford and Richard R. Day (Eds.) () Publisher: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Pages ISBN Price Pp.
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Create a bingo game which includes words like names of characters, places and items from the story. Design an advertisement for T.V., radio or newspaper, trying to sell the book. Make up a “wanted" poster for one of the characters. The Canadian Modern Language Review / La revue canadienne des langues vivantes () Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language is a collection of more than activities Author: François Pichette.
8 Extensive Reading Activities for Language Learners Teaching Themselves 1. Prime your knowledge. Write book reports and book reviews. Do timed readings. Join book club discussions. Create chain stories. Work on your creative writing.
Author: Alex Breeden. Extensive Reading Foundation. The editors of this book have established the Extensive Reading Foundation, a not-for-profit, charitable organization to support and promote extensive reading.
The royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to the Foundation. For information about the Foundation, its officers, and activities. Review written by Thomas Simon. Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language is a relatively recent addition to the Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers Series, first published in& fits in well with the overall scheme of the series, being another very well thought out & practical book for teachers.
Extensive reading is incredibly important for the progress of our learners. Children's Literature in Second Language Education covers such topics as extensive reading, creative writing in the language classroom, the use of picturebooks and graphic novels in second language teaching and the potential of children's literature in promoting intercultural education.
Get this from a library. Extensive reading activities for teaching language. [Julian Bamford; Richard R Day;] -- This lively collection of over classroom activities allows teachers to exploit fully the language learning potential of extensive reading. The activities, contributed by.
Reviews "Teaching Extensive Reading in Another Language is an invaluable addition to ER literature. While making readers aware of the complementary relationship between vocabulary learning from ER and deliberate vocabulary learning, the authors assert that ER is.
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Extensive reading is based on the well-established premise that we learn to read by reading. This is true for learning to read our first language as well as foreign languages.
In teaching foreign language reading, an extensive reading approach allows students to. What distinguishes this book is its broad, yet thorough, view of theory, process, and research on adult second-language reading. Offering extensive discussions of upper-register second-language texts (both expository and narrative) that adult second-language readers encounter daily across the globe, it also presents an assessment schema for second-language text comprehension as well as for the.
Extensive reading belongs in the language classroom. That is the premise of Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language. This handbook offers more than activities for setting up students' self-selected reading and weaving it into the language : $.
The reading skill is most often taught by close study of short passages followed by analysis of language. Extensive reading: An alternative approach. Aims of extensive reading. The characteristics of an extensive reading approach. The teacher's role. The value of this intensive reading procedure, with its focus on the teaching of discrete /5().Extensive Reading (Revised Edition) is a practical guide to help you understand extensive reading, the benefits it can bring to learners, and how to introduce it to your class.
This practical guide, written by a team of experts in extensive reading explains the importance of graded readers, and how to use introduce them to develop your students' language Edition: Revised Edition. Extensive Reading Activities for Teaching Language by Julian Bamford,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(23).