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What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘reading activity’?

on October 19, 2012
English: A teacher and young pupils at The Bri...

English: A teacher and young pupils at The British Museum Duveen Gallery (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

1) What comes to mind when you hear the term ‘reading activity’?
2) What do you think when your teacher says you’re going to do some reading?
3) What kind of reading practice do you need most? Which reading skills do you need to improve?
4) Do you like the reading activities your teacher gives you?
5) Do you have an example of how a reading lesson really improved your reading?
6) Do you know of any websites that have good reading activities?
7) How different is reading in English to reading in your own language?
8) Do you always understand the reasons why the teacher asks you to do a particular reading activity?
9) What are your biggest problems with reading?
10) How important are reading activities compared with writing, speaking and listening activities?

 

 

 

 

 

1) Do you like doing reading activities in class?
2) Do you ever think reading activities are a waste of time?
3) Do you prefer reading things in books and magazines or reading things on the Internet?
4) Is the topic important when you do a reading activity?
5) What things are important for a reading activity to be successful?
6) What advice would you give to a student who says he/she is no good at reading or hates reading?
7) How does the ability to read in English improve your life?
8) Are there some things you like reading in English more than you do in your own language?
9) Do you think you need reading practice in every class?
10) What questions would you like to ask your teacher about reading?

 

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