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NII Resource type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Title: 多読授業のモデル
Other Titles: A model of an extensive reading class
Authors: Clark, Marsha
Keywords: Assessment
Extensive Reading
Guided Readers
Shimei: 聖路加看護大学紀要
Issue: 29
Start page: 12
End page: 21
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2003
ISSN: 02892863
Abstract: This article presents a model for on extensive reading class. The emphasis is on how to retain a relatively pure form of extensive reading and yet satisfy the requirements of the typical university curriculum. All aspects of the mode lclass, including goals and objectives, needs, syllabus, class materials and activities, and means and methods of assessment are discussed.
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