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Research-based article

Effects of Strategy Instruction in an EFL Reading Comprehension Course: A Case Study Sergio Lopera Medina* Universidad de Antio uia! Co"om#ia

1. $he purpose of reading the artic"e

The purpose of reading this article is to know to know how examines the effects of strategy instruction in an EFL reading comprehension course carried out with ! undergraduate students at a "olombian uni#ersity.

. %re&reading a. Reading comprehension tests. b. Teacher$s feld notes and self-refection in class at the strategy instruction

phase.
c. a learning perception %uestionnaire

The teacher analy&ed the answers on the %uestionnaire by categori&ing as follows the students$ comments into the most significant issues
'. 'e( voca#u"ary a. Endorsing fndings

()ualitati#e analysis* and that the %uantitati#e part aims+


b. Experience-Text-Relationship

Relate the content of the reading to their personal experiences


c. ,etacogniti#e

(-nowledge of cognition* and regulation of cognition+


d. .utonomous

(/elf-sufficient* self-sufficing* self-supporting+

0. Conc"usion and Mind&mapping

The research in this article is purposed to know the impro#ement of students$ reading comprehension. 1inograd and 2are (1344* p. 1'0+ outline fi#e recommendations that teachers should follow in order to apply strategy instruction successfully5 6 6 6 Explain the strategy to be co#ered in the lesson. 7escribe the importance and benefits of using the strategy. ,odel how to use the reading strategy. 2ighlight when and where to use the strategy.

6 /how students how they can assess whether they are using the strategy successfully or unsuccessfully. 8t can be concluded that as the students applied the reading strategies as they read* the use of a dictionary was reduced as a conse%uence of reading strategy instruction. 2owe#er* with these and no doubt other students* it was necessary to guide them in order for them to become autonomous.

Library-based article

Reading Comprehension Strategies )y *r+ *avid ,+ Moore


1. $he purpose of reading the artic"e

The purpose of reading this article is to understand the strategies in reading and best practices for teaching strategic reading.

. %re&reading a. Robust Reading /trategies5 The 9ig : b. 9est practices for teaching strategic reading.

'. 'e( -oca#u"ary a. )uerying

()uestion* dispute)
b. .dolescents

(;u#enile* stripling* immature+


c. scaffolds

(Frame* framework+
d. <oteworthy feature

Focus on a single reading strategy in each unit.

0. Conc"usion and Mind&mapping

The strategies are ones that proficient readers use regularly and across a wide #ariety of texts5
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>lan and ,onitor 7etermine 8mportance 7etermine 8mportance ,ake 8nferences ,ake "onnections /ynthesi&e ?isuali&e

8t shows youth that reading proficiently is not a matter of being innately smart but* in part* a matter of applying appropriate strategies.