USING READING SUB-SKILLS TO IMPROVE THE NON-MAJOR FRESHMEN’S ABILITY OF INDEPENDENT READING CỎMPREHENSION AT TAN TRAO UNIVERSITY
Keywords:strategies; learning process; perspectives; flipped learning method; perception
Based on the current educational perspective, the main goal of learning English is to form and develop the essential knowledge and skills of English and the necessary intellectual qualities to help students improve or apply to life (Dang Thi Lan (2009), . Therefore, all new English books are compiled according to the current educational program, based on the criteria of promoting active learning methods, focusing on developing all four skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing in each lesson.
However, through practical teaching, it has been shown that the English reading comprehension ability of the first-year students is still limited, not actively grasping the primary information of the text, not understanding all the implications of the reading, leading to the birth of students. Students learn reading comprehension skills that are not effective. Besides, in reading comprehension iiilessons, iiiteachers iiistill iiiface iiimany iiidifficulties iiibecause iiithey iiihave iiinot iiifully iiimastered iiithe iiitricks iiiof iiiteaching iiireading iiicomprehension. iiiIn iiithis iiistudy, iiithe iiiauthor iiihopes iiito iiipartly iiihelp iiistudents iiiovercome iiicommon iiichallenges iiito iiipractice iiiEnglish iiireading iiicomprehension iiiskills iiimore iiieffectively, iiisuch iiias iiireading iiicomprehension iiitexts iiiand iiireading iiicomprehension iiiexercises iiiwith iiisuccessful iiiresults. iiiHigh... iiiFrom iiithere, iiitake iiithe iiiinitiative iiiin iiiabsorbing iiiand iiiperceiving iiithe iiilesson's iiiknowledge.
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