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    標題: Becoming Aware of L2 Reading
    作者: 邱秀惠
    貢獻者: 共同科
    關鍵字: L2 reading
    reading process
    日期: 1997
    上傳時間: 2010-08-11 11:28:57 (UTC+8)
    摘要: This sutdy intends to shed light on the nature of L2 reading for provlding instructors in this field fundamental and essential information to examine their unconscious assumptions about L2 reading, and therefore to evaluate teaching approaches efficlently. As L2 reading is basically one kind of reading behavior, any attempts to trace the development of L2 reading must begin with a solid understanding of the nature of reading. Following the recognition of the nature of reading,the rich complexity of L2 reading is explored through portraying both the brief recent history of theories of L2 reading and the recent research arguments concerning the L2 reading process. It is hoped that when neither L2 reading is treated merely as "reading" nor L2 readers are regarded merely as "readers," instructors may not oniy pay more attention on predicting the kinds of diffi-culty their students may encounter in learning to read another language, but also may try to meet their students' special needs in selecting material, designing tests, and applying instructional approabaches.
    關聯: 嘉南學報 23期: p.144-152
    Appears in Collections:[嘉南學報] 23期 (1997)
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