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MATERIALS:

  • 1.

    Handout on “Four Key Strategies

  • 2.

    Reading No. 1, “Can We Ever Communicate”

INSTRUCTIONAL ACTIVITIES

Procedures Pre-instruction stage

Min

Step

5

5

1. Ask students what reading strategies they use when they have reading problems. Students discuss and share their ideas. 2. Lead the students to four key strategies of reciprocal approach: predicting, questioning, clarifying and summarizing. Ask students roughly what they know on each strategy.

Instruction stage Prediction Strategy

Min

Step

5

15

5

1. Students read the first strategy on Handout2 silently. Ask them what prediction is, what they should do to help them predict what the text is about, and what they use to help them make a prediction of the text. Then the teacher make a conclusion. 2. Students practice prediction on exercise: predicting from the picture, predicting form the title, and predicting from the main point. Then check the answers. If there are some problems on the answers, students discuss with the teacher’s help. 3. Students read tip of prediction and make a conclusion the steps of prediction.

Questioning Strategy

Min

Step

5

1. Students read and find out what questioning is, the purpose of questioning,

5

and how to make questions. Then students discuss to share their ideas and make conclusion by teacher’s guide. 2. Students practice asking questions on the content on example. The teacher reads the text and asks student what questions they can ask.

T: Ss :

What do they in sentence 2 refer to? Camels.

T: Ss :

What can camels do? They can carry goods and people.

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