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  • 1. Issues for further discussion 1. What do you think about these opinions on reading? A. Learners can be productively engaged in adptation tasks which result in the creation of actual teaching materials which can be used in the same or another class. (Clarke, D.1989) B. Provided the teacher has the necessary access, and time to select and prepare, an authentic text can be found for most situations. Indeed it is possible to construct a [reading] programme based entirely on authentic texts. (Williams 1984:25) 2. Review the textbook that you are using. What principles for the teaching of reading do you see at work in the book? What are the main ways in which you would like to improve the book? Source: Hedge, T. (2000). Teaching & learning in the language classroom. Oxford: OUP.