STRATEGY-BASED READING INSTRUCTION (SBRI): A STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING READING COMPREHENSION IN EFL CLASSES

Semi Sukarni

Abstract


Reading is one of receptive skills besides listening. Reading comprehension is an active thinking process which a learner intentionally construct meaning to form an understanding of information presented in the text. However, the understanding of the presented text is often hindered because of some factors such limited vocabulary knowledge, lack of fluency, lack of familiarity with subject matter, readibility in text level, inadequate use of effective reading strategies. Therefore, a teaching strategy has to be sought to improve learner understanding of the written texts and improving reading comprehension ability. This work aims at reviewing some studies in applying strategy-based reading instruction (SBRI) for teaching reading comprehension in EFL classes and presenting a proposed framework of strategy-based reading instruction (SBRI) by adopting CALLA approach which consists of five stages i.e Preparation, Presentation, Practice, Self-Evaluation and Expansion by including Cognitive, Metacognitive and Social strategies.

Keywords


SBRI, CALLA, Cognitive, Metacognitive, Social strategies

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15294/utns.v0i0.580

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