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Studies on Reading Strategies and Teaching Literary Works: Interactive Model in Reader's Theater

Studies on Reading Strategies and Teaching Literary Works: Interactive Model in Reader's Theater,Chin-ching Lee

Studies on Reading Strategies and Teaching Literary Works: Interactive Model in Reader's Theater  
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Reading is a complex cognitive activity. In this case, fluent reading is the product of long-term efforts and improvement. To make EFL reading more efficient and effective, proper teaching materials, reading strategies and teaching approaches should be adopted. This paper begins with the discussion of three pedagogical and theoretical issues in reading, including Bottom-up Model, Top-down Model, and Interactive Model. Then a discussion of "i+1 input" proposed by Stephen Krashen will be integrated with literary work teaching. Reader's Theater is an instructional activity; its inherent interactive model, embodies by its script-writing and repeated reading, can enhance students' ability of reading literary works
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