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Usually, when speaking about reading in FL, the first thing that comes to the mind is a ...

Usually, when speaking about reading in FL, the first thing that comes to the mind is a
picture of long boring text with a list of questions the aim of which is to challenge one’s
IQ. This picture among a number of other factors stand behind the negative attitudes a
great number of ESF/ESL learners hold toward READING SKILLS. This presentation
might help you help your students change their negative attitudes, if there were any,
towards reading skills, by demonstrating to you how you can eclecticize your teaching of
reading and making your students excitingly benefit from it! Discussed are: 1) the
different typologies of reading skills in EFL/ESL classroom; 2) the various strategies
following each type; and 3) the implementation procedures of each type.

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  • The 19 th Annual All –ALC TEFL Conferen ce Marrakech – 2012 Reading for Life 03/03/12 Quote - A. Badre
    • President Clinton on International Literacy Day, September 8th 1994
    03/03/12 oulin- A. Badre
    • Guided Reading
    • Chaotic Reading
    • Collaborative Reading
    • Reading for Blogging
    03/03/12 Typo - A. Badre
  • 03/03/12 Extsive A. Badre
    • What it is:
    • It is carried out to achieve Fluency in reading
    • It occurs when students read large amounts of high interest material
    • The aims of extensive reading  are to build reader confidence and enjoyment.
    03/03/12 Appearance - A. Badre
    • It may appear as any of the following: 
    • a complement to an intensive reading program
    • An extra-curricular activity
    • students work with reading of material of their own choice, with follow-up activities
    03/03/12 features - A. Badre
    • Students read as much as possible.
    • Students select what they want to read .
    • The purposes of reading are usually related to pleasure, information and general understanding.
    • Reading is its own reward.
    03/03/12 Vid - A. Badre
    • Video
    03/03/12 Anarchy - A. Badre
  • 03/03/12 - collaborativ - A. Badre This is John Smith. He’s Colombian but he lives in Brazil. He is a prisoner. Mr Smith is 33 years old. He doesn’t work or study. Mr Smith cannot read or write but he can play the guitar very well. He plays the guitar every day at 6:30 pm after dinner. The other prisoners all like his music. Mr Smith likes POP ROCK but he doesn’t like SAMBA. Mr Smith likes Brazilian food and drinks…He loves brown chocolate but he doesn’t like white chocolate. His room number in the prison is 333 on the 3rd floor. People call Mr Smith "The Music Man". Mr Smith is a happy prisoner. This is Boney. Boney is an African elephant. It is an actor in the circus. It works for THE WORLD CIRCUS. Boney works very much. Boney can ride a bike, juggle, and dance but it cannot play any instruments. It loves the circus and it works every day from 4:40pm to 22:00pm every evening. Before the shows it has fruit, bread, and water for dinner. Boney is a very good actor. Boney lives in the circus. He lives in a circus cage with other elephants. Its cage number is 33 and it sleeps on the 1st part of the cage. Boney loves apples but it doesn’t like bananas. It loves sweets and chocolate. This is YOYO. He’s from Mexico but he lives in the U.S.A. He is an actor in a circus. YOYO is 33 years old. He works for THE WORLD CIRCUS. He doesn’t study but he works very much. YOYO can sing, juggle, and dance but he cannot play any instruments. He loves the circus and he works every day from 4:40pm to 22:00pm every evening. Before this he has fruit juice and bread for dinner and prepares his show. YOYO is a very good actor. He speaks Spanish, Portuguese, and English. YOYO lives in the circus. He lives in a circus van with other actors. His van number is 33 and he sleeps on the 1st bed. YOYO loves Mexican food but he doesn’t like American fast food. He loves sweets and chocolate. He doesn’t smoke.
  • 03/03/12 Practice- A. Badre
  • 03/03/12 Gmainl - A. Badre
    • Reading for Blogging
    03/03/12 10x - A. Badre
    • “ Responsibility for the learning belongs to the student, regardless of age.”
    • Robert Martin
    03/03/12 A. Badre