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Reading Paths for Secondary

Why use Reading Paths with your Secondary ELT students?

By designing Reading Paths for your students to follow, you ensure that they:

  • enjoy reading in English for its own sake;

  • make connections between course content and the Readers recommended to them;

  • understand that reading in English is part of a process that reaches forward into Upper-Secondary and back into Primary Education;

  • find memorable meaning by linking books from different thematic areas;

  • find wider, deeper meaning in their reading;

  • reinforce their lexical knowledge of English by seeing the same words, themes and ideas in different contexts;

  • enrich their structured knowledge of culture in English.

A Reading Path is like destinations marked on a map showing the journey that students should follow.

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