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Monday, May 2 • 10:15 - 11:00
Reading in Arabic, Reading in English LIMITED

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Reading in English and reading in Arabic have a lot of differences. The teaching of reading in Arabic will be compared to the teaching in English. Word recognition studies done in Englsih and Arabic show that L1 Arabic Learners use clearly identifiable L1 processing devices such as whole word recognition strategies and have difficulties in pre-lexical ESL word recognition. Classroom implications for how to teach reading to Arab students will be discussed in this session.

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avatar for Helene Demirci

Helene Demirci

Academic Coordinator - English Foundations Program, HCT
Helene Demirici is an academic coordinator in the English Foundations Program at the Abu Dhabi Men's College. She has taught EFL at primary, secondary and tertiary levels over the last 22 years in England, Turkey and the UAE. Her interests lie in engaging students in extensive reading and technology intergration. She has been instrumental in the implementation of an extensive reading program in Abu Dhabi Men's College and beyond and presenting... Read More →
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Dr. Melanie Gobert

EFL Instructor مدرسة مدربة, HCT
Dr. Melanie Gobert is the past director of TESOL Arabia. She was the editor of " Perspectives" , the TESOL Arabia peer-reviewed English Language Teaching journal, from 2009-2014. She has co-edited a book, Current issues in Reading, Writing & Visual Literacy: Research and Practice (2015). She has published and presented widely in the region, including. " Taboo Topics in the ESL/EFL Classroom in the Gulf Region , " in Intercultural... Read More →


Monday May 2, 2016 10:15 - 11:00
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