Do per-reading activities help learners comprehend a text better?
AuthorHaque, Md. Mesbahul
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Teachers who are teaching English as second language are in a regular search of various strategies that may develop learners reading comprehension skill. Activation of prior knowledge before reading the actual material is seen as important tool for readers' better comprehension. It is assumed that prior knowledge activation requires pre-reading activities. This research work investigates the degree of the impact of pre-reading activities kamers' comprehension of reading text.