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The Implementation and Application of a Multi-Strategies Based Reading Comprehension System (I)
|Abstract:||On enhancing reading ability, one of the methods most often recommended by researchers is reading strategy instruction. Reading strategy instruction is found to be highly effective both in dealing with problems on the vocabulary level (Sindelar, Monda, & O'Shea, 1990) and higher-level issues such as text comprehension (De Corte, Verschaffel, & De Van, 2001; Johnson-Glenberg, 2000). Paris & Paris (2001) postulated that there are several important characteristics in successful reading strategy instruction: (1) using multiple strategies; (2) presenting clear messages for application, such as why, when and how to use the strategies; (3) making students attribute their learning achievements to the correct use of strategies; (4) applying strategies in peer interaction; (5) incorporating cognitive strategies into a more wide-ranging domain of self-regulated learning; (6) embedding strategies in the reading activities in daily life to provide more opportunities for application and practice.|
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