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Psycholinguistics model to esl reader

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Psycholinguistics model to esl reader

  1. 1. A PSYCHOLINUISTIC MODEL OF THE ESL READER JAMES COADY Prepared by: KOUIHI Soukaina Supervised by : MADAOUI Ridouan
  2. 2. OUTLINE 1. Introduction 2. Reading from a psycholinguistic model 3. Fluent reader vs poor reader 4. Coadi’s reading process 5. Pedagogical applications and implications 6. Conclusion
  3. 3. WHAT IS READING ?  Goodman has described reading as a psycholinguistic guessing game by which a reader, or any langauge user reconstruct a message which has been encoded by a writer as a graphic display (1971 p 135).
  4. 4. WHAT DO WE MEAN BY RECONSTRUCTION? - Sampling - Accuracy test Testing Predicting Confirming
  5. 5. FLUENT VS NON FLUENT READERS  Any reader will have a large number of doubts that may arise. (Guessing game)  All reader will read in accordance with this model  yet, they can guess wrong.  Fluent readers  Poor readers
  6. 6. COADI’S MODEL OF ESL READER 1979 Conceptual abilities Background knowledge Process strategies
  7. 7. EXAMPLES OF PROCESS STRATEGIES 1. Grapheme morphoneme correspondence 2. Syllable-morpheme information 3. Syntactical information ( deep-surface structure) 4. Lexical meaning (contextual meaning) 5. Cognitive strategies 6. Affective mobilizers
  8. 8. IMPLICATIONS/ APPLICATIONS 1. Put more emphasis on comprehension 2. Overcome weakneses in a certain strategy by focusing more on the strengths you developed in another strategy. 3. Individualized materials 4. Increasing reading speed 5. Intrests and background of the reader 6. Teacher’s role and student’ role
  9. 9. CONCLUSION  Successfull reading requires learners to move gradualy from concret strategies to abstract ones.  A successful reader needs to combine between language fluency and processing strategies.  The goal of learning to use PS quickly and flexibly can be acheived through Practice.
  10. 10. CONCLUSION

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