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Extensive reading conjoined with writing activities as an effective component of English as a second/foreign language programs

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Author(s)
Han, Jeong-eun
Advisor(s)
Tiedeman, Robyne
Degree
MA, TESOL
Date
Mar 12, 2010
Subject(s)
Writing; Education--Korea (South); Extensive reading; English language--Study and teaching--Korea (South); Reading comprehension; Reading; TESOL
Abstract
In this paper, I will try to show how ER in a second and foreign language has become a useful and motivating way of language teaching. I will first argue that reading as a L2/FL and ER are effective ways of fluent reading. In the second part, I will briefly define ER and explain the theoretical frame of ER, major characteristics of ER, and benefits of ER. Third, I will point out the connection between ER and writing activities, which is very helpful for language learners to improve their language proficiency. Finally, I will discuss effective ways of instruction which combining ER and writing program in South Korea.
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Plan B Paper. 2010. Master of Arts-TESOL--University of Wisconsin-River Falls. English Department. 92 leaves. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 65-69).
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http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1793/39198 
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