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Discussion Questions - 11 October Virtual Seminar

  1. What are the most important skills that students need to develop in order to become better L2 readers?
  2. What curricular guidelines best support L2 reading instruction?
  3. How do we prioritize which abilities and instructional goals are most important at different L2 proficiency levels? 
  4. How can motivation for L2 reading be developed and supported by teachers and classrooms?
  5. How can L2 students develop more effective main-idea comprehension?
  6. How can we get L2 students to read extensively when they generally don’t want to read?
  7. How can students learn to use reading strategies independently to support comprehension with challenging texts?