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Title: Integrating Extensive Reading with the Curriculum
Authors: Armstrong, Matthew
Brajcich, Jack
Issue Date: Mar-2006
Publisher: 福岡女学院大学短期大学部
Abstract: In the past Extensive Reading (ER) has been widely documented, with language journals reporting on the many claims and counter-claims of research. This paper will seek to review recent literature and clarify what is involved with Extensive Reading. It will provide reasons for its importance in a language programme, inform readers where reading materials can be located, and provide some hints and suggestions for the classroom. This paper will also aver that it is a critical misconception to view ER as a discrete component of language learning. In order for ER programmes to reach their potentials they must be fully integrated with other language learning skills and activities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11470/522
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