The Study on the Application of Learning-Plan Guidance in College English Reading Teaching

Fang WAN


From the moment when Chinese students started to learn English, reading has always been the most important and difficult part. Even when students have entered university, reading still takes a large proportion. In College English reading classes, teachers cannot inspire students’ curiosity and consciousness towards reading and thus the whole teaching activity is in vain to improve their reading ability. In recent years, the learning-plan guidance theory which is popular in high schools makes the author see the changes in the class module so that in this thesis it will be applied to College English reading classes. To achieve the aim of this study, the approach of Quasi-experiment is adopted.


Learning-plan guidance; College English reading teaching; Autonomous reading ability; Reading strategies

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