Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign. Language (2nd edition). C. Nuttall. Heinemann pp. £ ISBN 0 9. Introducing Reading. F. Davies. for teachers ‘to be able to use broadcast language pro- grammes to their to train mechanical reading (and writing) skills, such Christine Nuttall. Pracucal. 20 May Nuttall, C. (). Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language. Oxford → extensive reading (most effective way of improving vocabulary).

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Sign in via your Institution Sign in. It suggests ways of helping students to develop into effective readers in a foreign language and provides teachers with practical, usable classroom techniques. Megy Ingriyani rated it it was amazing Feb 24, For those put off [] by the emphasis on skills in the title, Nuttall does discuss strategy instruction, though she holds that strategies will be developed more instinctively through doing a lot of reading. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

While the emphasis on setting up an extended reading program may not appeal to all readers, the clear-headed teaching approach will prove welcome.

There is sometimes too much detail provided about many different aspects of reading instruction, which makes the reading slow going. The book is well written, provides guidance in a non-dictatorial way, suggesting and encouraging rather than leading by the nose.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Nuttzll PDF first page preview. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This variety should work against the temptation to take parts of the book and apply them without adaptation to a particular situation, which Nuttall warns should not be done.

A psycholinguistic guessing game. Sign In or Create an Account. Concise, excellent applications, perfect for ESL graduate or undergraduate course resding or as a supplemental while teaching.

The approach to teaching reading is principled, well detailed and comprehensive. Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above.

Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language 4. However, this detail will no doubt be helpful to practitioners adapting the instructional activities. Readers will find a clear and common-sense explanation of what to do and why.

A revised edition of Christine Nuttall’s established text on the teaching of reading skills in a foreign language. Sri Anggraini rated it it was amazing Sep 08, Mayra Caceres rated it it was amazing Apr 04, Teaching reading skills in a foreign language Christine Elizabeth Nuttall Snippet view – Further help is provided within individual chapters where related ideas are cross-indexed, allowing the reader to go backwards or forwards to read more on the topic under discussion.

The larger size of the book makes it easier to read, but not to carry around. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. I didn’t manage to find a full copy of it but read most chapters through copies given by my Reading Comprehension teacher. Return to Book Page. You could not be signed in.


Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language

A great deal of the book is devoted to the many sensible suggestions offered for setting up an extended reading program. Sign in via your Institution Sign in. Sign In Forgot password? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Dec 21, Devie Yunita marked it as to-read. This article is also available for rental through DeepDyve. Teaching lecture notetaking with authentic materials.

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Teaching Reading Skills in a Foreign Language

Forfign particular interests are reading in a foreign language, teaching academic writing skills, phonology, and the use of information technology in teaching and learning English. Macmillan Books for Teachers 1 – 10 of 14 books. Roreign rated it liked it Oct 14, Focus on Academic Spoken Discourse. Restu Damai rated it liked it Feb 14, However, it does an excellent job at what it sets out to do, which is to provide reading teachers with the guidance to help their students become proficient readers.