ENG2: Reading

This unit is about reading comprehension.

Improving Reading Speed

“Reading comprehension” refers to how much you understand of what you read. Even if you read an English book every week, it doesn’t help your learning much if you don’t know what the words on the pages are saying.

So you may be wondering how to improve English reading beyond just… reading more books.

That’s exactly what we’ll discuss in this article.

We will help you learn English reading with smart strategies. You’ll discover exactly how to read English books in a way that will actually improve your skills.

When a house is built, it doesn’t all get done at the same time. Workers have to build some temporary structures to help keep the house standing up and to help them work on the higher parts. These structures are called scaffolding.

Scaffolding is also a method of learning. The idea is that, to learn a skill well, you need to learn smaller parts that will help you “build” your knowledge and skills.

This is true for reading comprehension too! To really understand what you read, you might need to work on other skills first. You might need to practice reading quickly (or slowly). You might need to stop choosing very difficult books, and start choosing the right books for your skill level. Start easier, start smaller and slower, and then gradually increase the difficulty.Image result for reading

Remember this when you’re working to improve your reading comprehension—and any other English language skill!

The steps below will show you exactly how to improve reading skills the right way. Use these tips and you’ll be understanding a lot more of what you read.

ASSIGNMENT : ENG: Reading Comprehension Assignment MARKS : 10  DURATION : 1 week, 3 days

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