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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2024, 7(6); doi: 10.25236/FER.2024.070612.

Application of Reading Strategy Training to Senior High School English Reading Teaching


Cai Yuchen

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Cai Yuchen

College of Foreign Languages and Literature, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou, China


General Senior High School Curriculum Standards (2017) specifies that the English curriculum in senior high school has an important educational function, which aims to develop students’ English core competence, including linguistic ability, cultural awareness, thinking quality and learning ability, and implement the fundamental task of fostering virtue. Among them, reading teaching plays a very important role in high school English learning, but many students have poor English reading ability. Many studies at home and abroad have shown that reading strategy training is an effective measure to improve students’ reading ability. Therefore, how to infiltrate reading strategy training into teaching is particularly crucial. This paper will first elaborates on the relevant theories and studies of reading strategy training. Then, analysis its application in senior high school English reading teaching, looking forward to strengthening teachers’ understanding of reading strategy training. And then, teachers can apply it to practical teaching, so that students can develop good reading habits, master effective reading strategies, improve reading efficiency and ability, and promote the development of English core competence and English language application competence.


Senior English; English reading; Reading Strategy Training

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Cai Yuchen. Application of Reading Strategy Training to Senior High School English Reading Teaching. Frontiers in Educational Research (2024) Vol. 7, Issue 6: 85-90. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2024.070612.


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