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Title: To promote students’ reading literacy by implementing thematic reading activity : conception, strategy and experimental exploration
Other Titles: 通过主题阅读提升学生的阅读素养 : 理念、策略与实验探索
Authors: Zhu, X 
Liao, X
Keywords: Reading literacy
Thematic reading activity
Reading interests
Community interaction
Issue Date: 2013
Source: 敎育硏究 (Educational research), 2013, v. 34, no. 6, p.101-106 How to cite?
Journal: 敎育硏究 (Educational research) 
Abstract: 课堂中的精读教学主要教给学生阅读理解的基本技能和方法,而更全面地提升学生的阅读素养则还需通过开展广泛阅读来实现。根据阅读素养的要求和当前广泛阅读现状,主题阅读是值得我们研究、使用的重要方法。主题阅读活动以主题为核心组织阅读材料,开展互动交流,体现合作学习、社群互动、促进学习的评估等理念。通过实验研究证明,主题阅读活动对学生在阅读数量和广度、阅读兴趣、社群互动、理解能力等方面的表现都有积极的作用,是提升学生阅读素养的有效方法。
Intensive reading in class mainly cultivates students’ ability to comprehend , while extensive reading ensures a comprehensive development of students’ reading literacy. Thematic Reading Activity ( TRA ) in extensive reading will contribute to the knowledge and enhancement of students’ reading literacy. TRA encourages students to read extensively on a given theme or topic in a reading group , and then communicate with group members actively. It incorporates concepts of collaborative learning , community interaction and assessment for learning. Empirical data obtained from implementation of TRA demonstrate positive impacts in a number of fronts , including the quantity and variety of reading , students’ reading interest , community interaction , and comprehension ability , which prove TRA to be an effective method of cultivating students’ reading literacy.
ISSN: 1002-5731
Rights: © 2013 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
© 2013 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research purposes.
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