The role of home reading in foreign language teaching and its organization

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The role of home reading in foreign language teaching and its organization.

One of the most significant contemporary concerns is the one we address in this paper, which is the function of home reading in the teaching of foreign languages and the structure of foreign language lessons. I would like to reserve the idea of a home reading right away, which is a reading of the work in the original language in a foreign language. We believe that the only language that can serve as a good example for the study of a foreign language by generally meeting literary standards is the language used in artistic works.
Keywords: Reading for Comprehension, Skinning, Scanning, Search Reading, General class home reading, Language acquisition.
When a child reads a book written in such a language, they have the chance to directly understand the meaning of what is being read, see the author's and the characters' use of the language in their speech, and learn how to express themselves in a foreign language.The book also encourages dependence on the message's visual perception, which is crucial for readers whose visual perception is more developed than their auditoryperception.The most practical way to use the linguistic skills you learned in school today is through reading.
Today, reading is the most practical way to put the linguistic skills you learned in school to use. The kid requires at least one interlocutor with whom he will meet regularly in order to practise the oral language abilities learned in school, which is particularly challenging in our circumstances. Any student (gymnasium or lyceum) can do this individually, one-on-one, with a book, magazine, or newspaper, and doing so will give him new opportunities for his professional, academic, and personal development.However, when given the option, he will only read in a foreign language if he finds the activity enjoyable and does not find it challenging (i.e., if he has a suitably developed reading method).The most efficient and accurate way to understand all of the material in the passage as well as its significance is to study by reading. This reading is deliberate and leisurely, presuming a deliberate study of the text's content based on the linguistic and logical connections of the text. Its goal is to develop the student's capacity to successfully navigate language comprehension challenges on their own. The information in the text, not the linguistic content, is the "study" object in this sort of reading.
Individualised home reading is when a student works independently on a text that was either chosen by him or recommended by the teacher based on his interests;
Universal class home reading, or just general class reading, is when the entire class reads the same material, but with varying tasks and reading philosophies, based on the students' language proficiency. It is not necessary for the subjects covered in either type of independent home reading to be the same as the lexico-colloquial subjects being studied at this point. At the same time, the subjects covered in home reading should generally be restricted to those that the secondary school curriculum lists as excellent reading and speaking themes.Two patterns have now surfaced from the perspective of the goal in the organisation of home reading:
- genuinely reading the book in order to comprehend it
- reading in order to prepare for a discussion on what was read. Reading is not often and exclusively described as a sort of linguistic action in this second direction.The practical orientation of the educational process of teaching foreign languages to the development of oral speaking brings it into reading.The selection of the reading selection is the first step in the teacher's work on a home reading lesson. His good decision greatly influences the subsequent outcomes of the work. Students' interests, which are based on their age and cultural level, as well as their level of language learning, must be considered while making a decision. Literature should be engaging for students and easy for them to understand, but it shouldn't be crude either. As such, it is more practical to select short stories, longer stories, or stories with distinct chapters.Each lesson in this lets you examine all facets of the literary work you've chosen and conduct various forms of research on it.Texts for home reading may be more challenging than texts, for instance, for a student reading in a classroom. There are no time restrictions for the student working on the home text, and he is free to use a dictionary or other resources as he sees fit.
There are numerous specialised guides, textbook add-ons, story collections, and fairy tales available for home reading. They contain texts that have been raised to high school level. However, not always are readers, collections, and stories sufficient to give pupils a comprehensive understanding of the depth and diversity of the nation's literary landscape in the target language. The selection of books for home reading instruction has to be increased. There are numerous specialised guides, textbook add-ons, story collections, and fairy tales available for home reading. They contain texts that have been raised to high school level. However, not always are readers, collections, and stories sufficient to give pupils a comprehensive understanding of the depth and diversity of the nation's literary landscape in the target language. The selection of books for home reading instruction has to be increased.
Reading is one of the most crucial components of learning a foreign language. It is referred to as a receptive type of speech activity since it is always intended to receive information and not to create a ready-made speech message. Reading has the unique quality that the reader's subjective evaluation of the implementation's success—the degree of thoroughness and correctness of understanding—is conveyed in the reader's satisfaction with the outcome.

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Reading Sets a Positive Example
Reading Teaches Empathy

Reading serves as both a purpose and a method a foreign language course. The aim of education To master students' capacity to read at home reading in another language is one of the practical objectives for studying this field.
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