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II. THE FACT OF THE RESEARCHING PROBLEM.
students can try to predict the content of replies to questions before studing with
the individual’s own ideas.
* Rule 4: The teacher only provides them with the basics of reading, the
remaining words, students can guess the meaning of those words in context, it
stimulates their minds more.
* Rule 5: The teacher should integrated teaching to help students actively
explore, gain knowledge and practice reading skills. Eliminate closed thinking,
isolation that inherently problems always have a relationship.
*Rule 6: Silent reading is the ultimate aim of teaching reading. The task of the
teacher is to help students to read to understand the content, only read out loud
to help train and test pronunciation.
* Rule 7: Discussion the words, context structures or phrases after reading. Then
the teacher will give some questions to checking their knowledge level.
*Rule 8: The purpose of teaching reading is to help students understand the
main information. So you need to train the students the ability to read a whole
sentence extensive, even more sentences rather than read every letter or word.
*Rule 9: Finally, The develop reading comprehension skills for Eighth graders.
The purpose of teaching reading not only helps students understand the lesson
that day but also teachers must help them to have the ability to read effectively.
In addition, in each lesson, teachers have to actively distribute a reasonable time,
flexibility of class activities .... but must be the main content, the main steps in
the process of teaching reading understand.
2. Applying the steps and activities for teaching reading comprehension.
2.1. Pre-reading activities:
a. Teachers should be motivated to learn from the first minute of class. The
teacher can inspire students by organizing games on the topic of the class.
Example: Unit3- lesson 3-Reading (English8).
-T asks Ss to play the game “ brainstorming about danger in the home for
-Ss work in 2 groups, T goes around and helps if necessary
-Ss work in 5 minutes.
b. The teacher can introduces the context or topic to create a reading purpose. In
addition, The teacher can gives some information or give reasons or by asking
questions or organizing activities to stimulate students looking for answer.
Example: Unit5- lesson 4-Reading (English8)
- The teacher asked.
+ You are going to read a text about learning English new words. Write down
some the ways you usually use to learn new words.
+ Try to imagine the ways the text will tell you.
- Now read the text.
c.The teacher gives some statements, asking students to do the true or false
exercises based on the knowledge available.
d.The teacher asks the students to reorder the sentences according to the
sequence of the lesson contents.
e. The students predict and arrange statements to match the given pictures.
f. The teacher asks questions for students to anticipate the content of the lesson.
( can use pictures)
g. The teacher gives some suggestive words in the article, asking students to
imagine how the reading would use the words.
f.The teacher introduces new words, grammar to help students understand the
- Open prediction
- True / false prediction
- Ordering pictures
- Multiple choice
- Answers given
- Pre- questions
- Comprehension questions
2.2. While-reading activities:
-Depending on the purpose of the content of each reading, the teacher will give
different types of questions and exercises to check the reading comprehension of
-Some types of questions and exercises.
+ Wh- questions.
+ Yes- No questions.
+ Check/ tick the correct answers.
+ True- False.
+ Complete the sentences.
+ Make a list of.
+ What does ….mean?
+ Multiple choice.
+ What does stand for/ refer to…?
+ Fill in the blanks.
+ Correct some mistakes...
+ Find the word/ sentence that means.
2.3. Post-reading activities:
- In order to promote the positive, manipulation, creativity of students. The
teachers should ask questions in the form of.
+ What/ How do you think .........?
+ Summarize the text.
+ Arange the events in order.
+ Give the title of the reading text .
+ Give comments, opinions on the characters in the text.
+ Rewrite the stories from jumbled sentences/ words/ visual cues.
+ Role- play basing on the text.
+ Devolop another story basing on the text.
+ Tell a similar event on…
+ Persondized tasks.
+ Role- play.
+ Write- it- up.
3. Applied in specific lessons.
Unit 2: Making arrangements
Lesson 3 : Read ( p 21 -22 )
( Period 9th / English 8 )
I. Objectives: By the end of the lesson, students will get some knowledge about
more about Alexander Graham Bell who invented the telephone.
II. Language contents:
+ Vocabulary: words about the telephone.
- to emigrate
- to conduct
- to demonstrate.
- a device
- a deaf - mute
- To lead- led (past )
- Come up with
+ Grammar: Past simple tense.
III. Techniques: chatting, eliciting, pair/ group work…..
IV. Teaching aids: E8, pictures , posters
I. Warm up :
- Let Ss answer the questions by coming to the
board and write :
To chat with friend
What is the
used for ?
To get information
Possible answers :
to have a message
to call someone
to make arrangements
to talk to a person who lives far from
to get information at the airport or railway station Read their answers aloud
and copy .
* T introduces today’s topic about the life -story
of the telephone inventor .
- T gives pictures of Alexander GrahamBell.
T asks : Do you know who it is?
When was the telephone invented?
II. Pre - reading :
A.Pre teach vocabulary :
1. to emigrate : Di cư
2. to transmit ( translation ) (v) Truyền đi
3. to conduct = to carry out (v)Tiến hành, chỉ đạo
4. to demonstrate ( translation ) (v) Chứng minh
5. a device ( translation ) (n) Thiết bị, dụng cụ
6. a deaf – mute = a person who is unable to
7.To lead- led to (past ) (v) Dẫn dắt
8.Come up with
(v) Tìm thấy, Khám phá ra.
* Checking vocabulary :
What and where
B . T / F statements prediction :
- T gives a picture.
answer the questions.
- Listen carefully
-Listen and repeat in chorus,
then individually .
- Guess its meanings
- Copy down
- Play game
-Look at the poster, listen
and work in pairs to predict
- T hangs the poster of T / F statements on the
board and asks Ss to work in pairs and guess
which statements are true or false .
a. Alexander G. Bell was born in the USA
- Read their predictions
b. He worked with deaf – mute patients in a
hospital in Boston .
c. Thomas Watson was Bell,s assistant.
d. Bell and Watson introduced the telephone in
e.Bell experimented his invention at a lot of
f. Bell demonstrated his invention at a lot of
- Call on some pairs to read their predictions and
write them on the board .
III. While - reading :
* True or false :
-Turn on the tape 2 times and ask them to look at - Listen, read the text, then
their books to read the text , then check their check their predictions .
Guess Answer Correction
He was born in Edinburgh in
He worked with deaf – mute
patients at Boston University
He introduced telephone in
He experimented with ways
of transmitting speech over a
- Correct the false ones
- Read them aloud
- Ask some Ss to read the correct answers aloud .
* Ordering :
- Ask Ss to look at the exercise and read the
events of Bell’s life , then put them in the correct
- Have them compare with their partners
- Call on some Ss to read their answers aloud .
- Correct and give feedback
= > Alexander Graham Bell
Was born in Scotland
went to live in Canada
went to live in the United States
worked with people who could neither
speak nor hear
worked with Thomas Watson
successfully demonstrate his invention
invented the telephone .
- Call on some Ss to read all the correct order
sentences aloud .
IV. Post - reading :
Ex 1: Answer the questions:
1.When was Alexander Gramham Bell born?
2.Where was he born?
3.Where did he live?
4.Who did he work with at Boston university?
5.When did he invent the first telephone?
Call on some Ss to answer the questions.
T corrects if necessary.
Ex2: Writing it up.
- T divides class into 4 groups to practice writing.
- Get Ss to write a paragraph about Bell ,s life ,
using the information from the text.
- Call on some Ss to demonstrate their writings in
front of class .
- T corrects mistakes and gives suggestions :
- Ask Ss to retell the main content of the lesson
VI. Homework :
- Learn by heart new words and do the exercises
- Prepare the next lesson .
- Do the exercise
- Read their answers
-Write individually .
Compare with their partners
- Read their writings aloud .
-Answer the questions.
1.He was born in 1847.
2.He was born in Scotland.
3.He lived in the USA.
4.He worked with Thomas
5.He invented the first
telephone in 1876.
-Write a paragraph about
- Do homework
IV.THE RESULT OF RESEARCH.
After determining the purpose of the ''Reading comprehension lesson'',
based on the level of each student or each class ( 8A and 8B), I have applied
these techniques to class 8A and class 8B. I found that the use of these
techniques are very necessary and effective. That created for reading
comprehension lessons with lively atmosphere, highly enthusiastic, specific of a
foreign language lesson. This contributed to help students to learn initiative and
confidence in communicating daily English. However in practicing the teaching
that gives rise to many problems. I tested over the last few years have seen
accurate and objective results .
The process of teaching
The method has The method
- Review the old knowledge, and
introduced a new lesson
- Students can work.
- Students are very active in the
- They practice themselves solve all
the problems that teachers give.
- Students are interested in learning.
+ The above are some of the activities, methods I have studied, and applied in
the past few years. By doing so, so far the initial has been some encouraging
1. For the teacher:
- I feel gentle, comfortable every class. The students are friendly, close and work
in collaboration with me during the lessons, lessons more exciting, They are not
afraid and shy as before.
- Moreover, when I take time to discuss with several colleagues to teach the
subject in school, we see that the lessons more fun, more qualified. It also
excites me to explore, create and apply various techniques to teach.
2. For the students:
- Nearly 90% of students love more subjects.
- Promote positive, initiative and creativity of students.
- Encourage students to express clearly the role of the class-centered.
- They are fearless, excited, quicker reflexes when participating in the games.
- The students interested in learning more and easy to understand a new lesson.
- The quality of their speech has improved markedly through a number of
activities. Since then, they have found learning foreign languages fun and not
very difficult. I think if you continue to do so for the next school year, the
learning and teaching foreign languages are very good.
PART C: CONCLUSION
Reading skill is one of the four skills students need to practice in a
communicative manner. Reading helps students expand their knowledge of the
world around them, providing experience in a number of areas such as culture,
science and technology, and integration with the many subjects in the school
they study. At the same time help students grasp and remember language
knowledge. In addition, reading also gives students a habit of reading and
reading, so we need to find attractive techniques, appropriate to help teach
I. REMOTE EXPERIENCE AND RECOMMENDATIONS .
1. For the teacher:
In order for the activities of the organization to be of high quality, the teacher
must ensure the following three steps.
Step 1: Preparing the lesson at home. Must study teaching material,
textbooks seriously and carefully. From there, find the appropriate
communication activity for this activity.
Step 2: Methodology in class. Organize timely communication activities,
use visuals in the right place, integrate all relevant knowledge that students are
learning from the subjects to implement the guideline "learning fun - fun
learning. "The teacher avoided the hard, abstract, heavy, stressful
communication. Fight against vegetarianism, against monotonous poverty in the
Step 3: It is possible to relate reality to children's interest, giving them
opportunities, to help students express their speech in a variety of ways.
2. For the students:
+ Make sure you prepare your homework and next lesson carefully.
+ Boldly communicate with friends and teachers.
+ Be confident in learning.
+ Actively group activities during class for information from friends.
3. For upper management:
- It is necessary to direct the experts and master trainers planning teacher
training, enabling teachers have the opportunity to exchange and learn from
experience learning through seminars.
- The environment of foreign language so skills should be practiced according
to the characteristics of teaching methods, so need to have the room to avoid
making noise for other classes nor affected by noise from the outside. (Can be
combined with rooms of other subjects).
- Introduction the documents relating to teachers refer, learn and apply.
Above are the thoughts and experience of teaching '' Reading
comprehension for eighth graders'' which I personally have learned from actual
teaching and reference, discuss with my colleagues, I boldly presented to the
teachers and colleagues contribute.
As restrictive conditions, the writing process I will not avoid the
shortcomings. So I look forward to the sincere advice of the departments and
colleagues to my initiative to be more complete.
Confirmation of school administrators.
Yen Dinh, April 16th 2017
I swear this is my writing, do
not copy someone else’s
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