Reading Strategies’Variations Can Boost Overall Language Competences’Enhancements of Senior Middle School Students

Yong Chen, Shan Deng

Abstract


Language competences are based upon the accumulation, assimilation and utilization of the learnt language, whose acquisition depends upon the practice amount and practice opportunities of the language, so students are supposed to plunge into the activities of language practice actively and habitually by acting on their initiative. I think strengthening the guidance on reading strategies is a satisfactory solution to the pressing question of providing Ss with adequate self-experience opportunities, because reading can provide Ss with adequate self-experience and practice opportunities for the comprehensive acquisitions of language skills due to reading’s intrinsic characteristic.


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