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Haider, M. Z. H. (2012). Extensive Reading in EFL Classroom at Secondary Schools in Bangladesh: Current Practices and Future Possibilities. International Education Studies, 5(3), 126-134. It is an undeniable fact that the ability to read in a foreign or second language is one of the essential skills required of people living in multilingual and international … Continue reading CAR 10
Alzu’bi, M. A. (2014). The Effects of an Extensive Reading Program on Improving English as Foreign Language Proficiency in University Level Education. English Language Teaching, 7(1), 28-36 A student who reads without comprehension is not really reading. However, comprehension will become valueless if reading efficiency does not take into account reading speed, which is usually … Continue reading CAR 9
Guo, S.C. (2012). Using Authentic Materials for Extensive Reading to Promote English Proficiency. English Language Teaching, 5(8), 196-207. Both common sense and research have shown evidence that students improve their reading by reading. Copious studies already exist in support of extensive reading (Krashion, 2004; Pikulski & Chard, 2005; Silva, 2009; Therrien, 2004). By extensive reading, … Continue reading CAR 8
Chen, C. Et. Al (2013). The Effects of Extensive Reading via E-Books on Tertiary Level EFL Students’ Reading Attitude, Reading Comprehension and Vocabulary. TOJET: The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 12(2), 303-313. The writers investigate the effect of extensive reading from e-book for students’ reading comprehension and vocabulary. Extensive reading or usually called as … Continue reading CAR 7