Discourse Strategies in the Teaching of English Reading
This paper explores the text types, patterns and topic continuity which may be found in texts are the objects of interpretation by the reader, and they are often signaled by the grammatical and lexical devices. So they are very useful for the teaching of reading.
Key words: Discourse strategies; Text type; Text patterns; Topic continuity
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