Three Types of Reading Class in Primary Chinese Teaching

Caili LIU

Abstract


Under the new curriculum concept, Chinese reading class should contain three forms, namely single-text intensive reading teaching, multi-text skimming teaching and whole book reading teaching. Despite different tasks as well as strategies in each form, the three forms are inseparably interconnected and integrated at three levels of topic learning and make up the whole process of reading teaching experience.


Keywords


Chinese reading teaching; Form; Single-text intensive reading; Multi-text skimming; Whole book reading

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/8346

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