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Title: A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION INTO THE READING STRATEGIES Of AAU FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
Authors: GIRMA, GEZAHEGN
Advisors: Mr. John Atkins,
Keywords: READING STRATEGIES OF AAU FIRST YEAR STUDENTS
Copyright: 6-Jun-1994
Date Added: 25-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: This Preliminary Investigation Strategies of AAU t " year students i s a based on questionnaire and interviews. into the Reading descriptive study 251 AAU first year students were the target subjects of the study. Chapter one of the study states problem, describes the aim, importance and limitations of the study. Chapter 2 reviews relevant work on language learning strategies in general and reading strategies in particular. The study procedure is described in the 3rd chapter which is followed by reporting of the results and discussion of them in chapter 4. The last chapter deals with conclusions and recommendations. The result of the study indicates that most of the subjects have relatively low awareness of reading strategies that may facilitate more successful reading. Consequently, a number of reading strategies believed likely by researchers facilitate more successful reading were said to be either never used or used very rarely . Moreover : , the result of the study suggests that a number of reading strategies that are deemed by researchers to be in appropriate and likely to hinder the reading process were said to be used very frequently and are valued highly by most of the subjects.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/3979
Appears in:Thesis - Teaching English as a Foreign Language

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