Stages for Teaching Reading

Stages for Teaching Reading

What’s Reading? Reading is a process involving word recognition, comprehension and fluency. Word recognition is the ability of a reader to recognize written words correctly. Comprehension is the abilty the ability to read text, process it, and understand its meaning. Fluency is the abilty to read a text accurately and quickly Stages for Teaching Reading There … Read moreStages for Teaching Reading


Guessing Meaning From Context

Guessing Meaning From Context

Guessing Meaning from Context Guessing Meaning from Context means work out what it means from the words that are around it and from the topic of the paragraph. Types of Context Clues Context clues are words or phrases in the sentence or paragraph that help the reader to figure out the meaning of the unknown … Read moreGuessing Meaning From Context

Top Down and Bottom up Processing

Learn More about Top Down and Bottom Up Processing and the role tha these two strategies have in teaching reading and listening.

How to Use Mind Maps to Improve Reading Comprehension

Mind maps are often a more memorable representation of notes especially for visual learners

10 Examples of Post-Reading Activities


What kinds of post-reading activities are there?

10 Examples of While-Reading Activities

What are While-Reading Activities? While-Reading Activities  are defined  as activities  that  help students to focus on aspects of the text and to understand it better. The goal of these activities is to help learners to deal as they would deal with it as if the text was written in their first language. During this stage, … Read more10 Examples of While-Reading Activities

15 Examples of Pre-Reading Activities


Pre-reading activities help students prepare for the reading activity by activating the relevant schemata, and motivating them to read.