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4th session reading strategies

  1. 1. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS<br />
  2. 2. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS <br />Reference<br />Alderson, J.C. (2000) Assessing reading. (pp. 85-115). C.U.P<br />Priestley, M. (1996) Tecnicas y Estrategias del Pensamiento Crítico. Ed. Trilla. Mexico.<br />
  3. 3. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS<br />Research into the assessment of reading.<br />FACTORS AFFECTING THE DIFFICULTY OF READING TEST ITEMS<br /><ul><li> Language of questions
  4. 4. Types of Questions
  5. 5. Testing Skills
  6. 6. Specific Objective
  7. 7. Sub-questions
  8. 8. Core Question
  9. 9. Procesamiento de la información (Niveles Literal, Inferencial and Critico)
  10. 10. Reading strategy: “Understanding the difference Between Topic and Main Idea”</li></li></ul><li>READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS<br />“It has often been argued that the key thing is not how many skills we can dream up, but how many can be shown to exist on tests” (p.94)<br />
  11. 11. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS <br />Testing Skills<br />“Teststhatcoulddiagnosethestate of development of a learner’sskillswouldthusbeveryvaluable. However…theevidencethattheskillswereindeedbeingtested has provedelusive” (p.93).<br />
  12. 12. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS <br />Testing Skills<br />In order to have an idea of what this reader’s introspection process underlines, in the words of Alderson (2000), he describes it as:<br />“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).<br />
  13. 13. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS <br />Testing Skills<br />“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).<br />
  14. 14. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS <br />Testing Skills<br />Specific Objectives<br /> <br />To Characterize learners’ reading comprehension level by diagnosing the state of learners’ reading skills development. <br />
  15. 15. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS <br />TESTING SKILLS<br />PROCESAMIENTO DE LA INFORMACIÓN<br />CRÍTICO<br />INFERENCIAL<br />LITERAL<br />Priestley, (1996, p.56).<br />
  16. 16. READING AS A COGNITIVE PROCESS<br />TESTING SKILLS<br />SUB-QUESTIONS<br />What reading comprehension skills of every level might be chosen to be promoted through the use of reading strategies?<br />Which skills contribute most to performance on readings?<br />Which skills are easier to test?<br />Which skills are most important to test?<br />
  17. 17. READING AS A COGNITIVE PROCESS<br />TESTING SKILLS<br />CORE QUESTION<br />What levels of reading comprehension can be achieved through the use of reading strategies mediated by the ICTS in a face to face modality program? <br />
  18. 18. READING AS A STRATEGIC PROCESS<br />“It has often been argued that the key thing is not how many skills we can dream up, but how many can be shown to exist on tests” (p.94)<br />
  19. 19. THANK YOU<br />

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