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A Brief Analysis of Task-Based English Reading Teaching

Lifang Xiao

Abstract


Reading is an important input way in second language learning, and good reading ability isthe key to language learning. Reading teaching has always been valued, and teachers are constantly exploring new teaching methods, hoping to stimulate students’ interest in reading and improve their English reading ability. In recent years, the task-based teaching method has been more and more recognized. Task-driven learning enables students to solve problems and analyze problems to deepen their learning experience. Therefore, this paper will explore some literature review and teaching process of task-driven English reading teaching, and deeply understand the development and process of task-driven English reading teaching.

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Reading Ability; English Teaching; Task-Based

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v9i3.1593

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