Reading Aloud

2582 words 11 pages
I.INTRODUCTION

Reading aloud activity is commonly used by teachers all around the world.However,most ELT methodology authors such as Broghton,Brumfit,Flavell,Hill,and Pincas, on the other hand some speacialists suggest its use.The discussion about reading aloud is a perennial one.
It has been discussed over thirty years or more,reading aloud is beneficial or just a time filler.In recent years,it is proven to be a useful tool while acquiring vocabulary,developing reading skills and comprehension of context.
Reading aloud effects language learning in a positive manner.
There will be a comprehensive revision of reading aloud and will be answered the following questions:

1-What are the effects of read-aloud activities?
…show more content…
They tend to trust their L1 reading strateies when reading in English(Gibson, 2008: 30)
So as to accelerate word recognition and to aid pronounce and learn new words it is very important making accurate connections between graphemes and phonemes (Stanovich cited in Gibson, 2008: 30).Reading aloud supplies readers to make and practise these connections.
Birch proposes reading aloud as practice so that the pupils have as much feedback as possible on their decoding abilities. Reading aloud can also aid to improve reading fluency; Grabe and Stoller reccomend paired re-reading activities, where students try to accelerate their reading aloud via re-reading the same passage to each other for one minute and try to speed up each time (cited in Gibson, 2008, 31 ).
Reading aloud might be a very useful diagnostic device. The intonation the student uses can show that where comprehension is not accurate (Underhill, cited in Gibson, 2008: 31 ). For instance, a teacher listening to a student’s reading aloud can specify the problems such as pronunciation, comprehension of graphemic-phonemic connections and so on.
Some expert books on pronunciation are likely to focus on segmental and the accurate production of particular sounds or at most, single sentences are read aloud or spoken.
Reading aloud is used for rehearsed speaking activities and to make new learnt speech patterns permanent

Related

  • Reading Aloud
    2582 words | 11 pages
  • Reading Report on Disturbing Behaviors
    1141 words | 5 pages
  • Close Reading of a Poem
    1274 words | 6 pages
  • Narrative of Fredrick Douglass Reading Log
    2228 words | 9 pages
  • phi 103 week 1 reading quiz
    1379 words | 6 pages
  • Edu 669 the Reading, Writing Connection Entire Course
    1056 words | 5 pages
  • Yellow Wallpaper Close Reading
    895 words | 4 pages
  • A Psychological Reading of "A Rose for Emily"
    2878 words | 12 pages
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Electronic Reserve Readings.
    1462 words | 6 pages
  • Strategic Marketing Plan for Reading Cinemas
    3901 words | 16 pages