Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign. Language (2nd edition). C. Nuttall. Heinemann pp. £ ISBN 0 9. Introducing Reading. F. Davies. for teachers ‘to be able to use broadcast language pro- grammes to their to train mechanical reading (and writing) skills, such Christine Nuttall. Pracucal. 20 May Nuttall, C. (). Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language. Oxford → extensive reading (most effective way of improving vocabulary).
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For those put off  by the emphasis on skills in the title, Nuttall does discuss strategy instruction, though she holds that strategies will be developed more instinctively through doing a lot of reading.
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Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language
Also included are a current bibliography though  without the divisions contained in the original editionsuggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter, a key for activities in the book, and an index an invaluable addition not included in the original edition.
Forign insights from discourse analysis, Teaching Reading Skills describes how the Email rsading New issue alert. International Training rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Nuttall states that we should not forget that reading for enjoyment is probably the most motivating reading tool.
Macmillan Books for Teachers 1 – 10 of 14 books. A great deal of langhage book is devoted to the many sensible suggestions offered for setting up an extended reading program. Sign In or Create an Account.
Materials writers, besides getting insights into how a good teacher thinks about a lesson, nuthall find useful guides for questioning and exploiting a text, which they can use in preparing materials.
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Nuttall suggests practical ways to accomplish the difficult or seemingly impossible, and EFL teachers will find many helpful suggestions for planning, implementing, promoting, and running an extensive reading program.
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In addition, a great deal of information concerning where and how kn get the graded readers, which are the backbone of this type of extended reading program, is provided either in the chapters or the appendixes. Don’t have an account? The one concern that arises is the lack of attention given to World Englishes when considering finding appropriate texts, since World Englishes texts might cut down on the problem of background knowledge in some areas of the world.
This variety should work against the temptation to take parts of the book and apply them without adaptation to a particular situation, which Nuttall warns should not be done. Dec 21, Devie Yunita marked it as to-read. Focus on Academic Spoken Discourse.
And how can we help students become effective readers? Leonora rated it it was ok Oct 06, A revised edition of Christine Nuttall’s established text on the teaching of reading skills in a foreign language.
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