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  • 1. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    ARGEMIRO AMAYA BUELVAS
    Especialista en ELT
    C. Magister in Education
  • 2. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Chapter Three
    REASEARCH INTO THE ASSESSMENT OF READING
    Alderson, J.C. (2000) Assessing reading. (pp. 85-115). C.U.P.
  • 3. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Chapter Three
    This chapter will address the question: How do we know what affects the assessment of reading?
  • 4. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Reading comprehensioninvolvedmultiplecomponentsthatwouldappeardependingon:
    Theformatsusedtopresentthe material toberead
    Themanner in whichthepersonwasaskedtoindicatetheirunderstanding of the material thatwasread.
    Pearson and Hamm (2005)
  • 5. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Research into the assessment of reading.
    FACTORS AFFECTING THE DIFFICULTY OF READING TEST ITEMS
    • Language of questions
    • 6. Types of Questions
    • 7. Testing Skills
    • 8. Role of Grammar in Reading Tests
    • 9. Role of Vocabulary in Reading Tests
    • 10. Use of Dictionaries in Reading Tests
    FACTORS AFFECTING THE DIFFICULTY OF READING TEST TEXTS
    • Background knowledge Vs Text Content
    • 11. Text length
  • A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Watch a video: Metacognition
  • 12. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    “Teststhatcoulddiagnosethestate of development of a learner’sskillswouldthusbeveryvaluable. However…theevidencethattheskillswereindeedbeingtested has provedelusive” (p.93).
    What would be valuable?
    What has been difficult to be done , so far?
  • 13. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    “It has often been argued that the key thing is not how many skills and strategies (italics added) we can dream up, but how many can be shown to exist on tests” (p.94)
    Where are reading comprehension skills found on tests?
    Where should reading strategies be on tests?
  • 14. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    It is said that test-taker introspections shows how highly complex testing skills is and how this process varies from reader to reader.
    Let’s see how complex and varied the process of testing skills is.
    Let’s do and exercise.
  • 15. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    You are abouttobepresentedtoyou a multiple-choiceexercisetakenfromchapterseven “Techniques for Testing Reading”. Thisexercise has 4 choices. You are not onlybeaskedtochooseone of thechoices,as a possibleanswer, butalsowillbeaskedtowritedown, onthesamepiece of paper, howyoureachedthatanswer. –Writing Down Protocole-
  • 16. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    Memorizingiseasierwhenthe material tobelearnedis…
    in a foreignlanguage
    alreadypartlyknown
    unfamiliarbuteasy
    of no specialinterest
    Alderson et al., 1995:50 cited in Alderson (2000. p.211)
  • 17. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    “Studies using test-taker introspections shows test questions is highly complex, and the process varies from reader to reader. Thus for one person an item might indeed be said to be measuring mainly one skill, but for another it might be measuring a number of interacting skills” (p.97).
    How many test-taker introspection procedures do you know?
    Thinking aloud protocol
    Writing down protocol
    Students’ self-report diary with regard to the reading experience.
  • 18. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    In order to have an idea of what this reader’s introspection process underlines, in the words of Alderson (2000), he describes it as:
    “Dynamic, variable, and different for the same reader on the same text at a different time or with a different purpose in reading. It is even more likely, then, that the process will be different for different texts at different times and with different purpose” (p.3).
  • 19. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    CORE QUESTION
    WHAT READING STRATEGIES FACILITATE THE PROMOTION OF READING COMPREHENSION SKILLS AND CRITICAL THINKING WHEN PROCESSING EXPOSITORY TEXTS?
  • 20. A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Testing Skills
    General Objective
    • To determine the reading strategies that facilitate the promotion of reading comprehension skills and the development of critical thinking
  • A MODELING OF READING STRATEGIES INTO THE READING PROCESS FROM A METACOGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE
    Specific Objectives
    • To Identity learners’ reading comprehension level by diagnosing the learners’ reading comprehension skills development.
    • 21. To classify learners’ reading strategies to process every reading comprehension level.
    How do you think I can identify and classify these two private process?
  • 22. THANK YOU