Literature review on reading comprehension strategies
Students, who learn English, learn not only to comprehend audio or texts but also to produce pieces of writing to communicate and support ideas. Therefore, managing writing skills has become very important as part of the management of academic skills. Corrective feedback is considered one important tool in the writing process. For teachers providing feedback is a tough task and for students it is a constant concern as it is meant to help them improve in their productive skills. This literature considers types of feedback, efficacy measured. Kidwatching teachers use miscues to help analyze young readers.
Literature Review - Metacognition and Reading Comprehension
Reading comprehension is the ability to process text, understand its meaning, and to integrate with what the reader already knows. There are many reading strategies to improve reading comprehension and inferences, including improving one's vocabulary, critical text analysis intertextuality , actual events vs. If word recognition is difficult, students use too much of their processing capacity to read individual words , which interferes with their ability to comprehend what is read. People learn comprehension skills through education or instruction and some learn by direct experiences. Instruction for comprehension strategy often involves initially aiding the students by social and imitation learning , wherein teachers explain genre styles and model both top-down and bottom-up strategies, and familiarize students with a required complexity of text comprehension. The final stage involves leading the students to a self-regulated learning state with more and more practice and assessment, it leads to overlearning and the learned skills will become reflexive or "second nature.
Such reading comprehension problems are not limited to low-level readers. There are several reasons that even the best reader in class may have problems understanding the reading that a teacher assigns. One major reason for a lack of understanding or confusion is the course textbook. Many of the content area textbooks in middle and high schools are designed to cram as much information as possible into the textbook and each of its chapters. This density of information may justify the cost of textbooks, but this density may be at the expense of student reading comprehension.
The National Reading Panel indicates that there are no differences that can be reported on students who participate in SSR and students who do not in regards to reading comprehension and high-stakes assessments. While the NRP report does not discount SSR entirely, it does create controversy amongst educators and policymakers who disagree as to the benefits of students who are engaged in academic as well as recreational reading. The research focus.