Reading in a Foreign Language / [print]

Contributor(s): Alderson, J. Charles [editor] | Urquhart, A.H [editor]Material type: TextTextPublisher: London, England : Longman Group Limited, (c)1984Description: 324 pages : 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780582553729LOC classification: P563.75.R42 1984
Contents:
Introduction: what is reading? / J. Charles Alderson, A.H. Urquhart Reading in a foreign language: a reading problem or a language problem / J. Charles Alderson Learning from the perspective of the comprehender / John D. Bransford, Barry S. Stein, Tommie Shelton Cultural knowledge and reading / Margaret S. Steffensen, Chitra Joag-Dev Learning from text: methods of affecting reader intent / James M. Royer, John A. Bates, Clifford E. Konold Cramming or understanding? Effects of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation on approach to learning and test performance / Anders Fransson Linguistic competence of practised and unpractised non-native readers of English / Malcolm Cooper Syntactics components of the foreign language reading process / Ruth A. Berman The effect of rhetorical ordering of readability / A. H. Urquhart Simple, simplified and simplification: what is authentic? / Alan Davies Aspects of vocabulary in the readability of content area L2 educational textbooks: a case study / Ray Williams and Don Dallas Reading and Communication / H.G. Widdowson Case studies of ninth grade readers / Carol Hosenfeld Conversational investigations of reading: the self-organized learner and the text / Sheila Harri-Augstein, Laurie F. Thomas Exploring the reading difficulties of second-language learners in Fiji / Warwick B. Elley.
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Introduction: what is reading? / J. Charles Alderson, A.H. Urquhart Reading in a foreign language: a reading problem or a language problem / J. Charles Alderson Learning from the perspective of the comprehender / John D. Bransford, Barry S. Stein, Tommie Shelton Cultural knowledge and reading / Margaret S. Steffensen, Chitra Joag-Dev Learning from text: methods of affecting reader intent / James M. Royer, John A. Bates, Clifford E. Konold Cramming or understanding? Effects of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation on approach to learning and test performance / Anders Fransson Linguistic competence of practised and unpractised non-native readers of English / Malcolm Cooper Syntactics components of the foreign language reading process / Ruth A. Berman The effect of rhetorical ordering of readability / A. H. Urquhart Simple, simplified and simplification: what is authentic? / Alan Davies Aspects of vocabulary in the readability of content area L2 educational textbooks: a case study / Ray Williams and Don Dallas Reading and Communication / H.G. Widdowson Case studies of ninth grade readers / Carol Hosenfeld Conversational investigations of reading: the self-organized learner and the text / Sheila Harri-Augstein, Laurie F. Thomas Exploring the reading difficulties of second-language learners in Fiji / Warwick B. Elley.

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