Schema Theory in Reading

@article{An2013SchemaTI,
  title={Schema Theory in Reading},
  author={S. An},
  journal={Theory and Practice in Language Studies},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={130-134}
}
  • S. An
  • Published 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Theory and Practice in Language Studies
  • The term "schema" was first used in psychology with the meaning of "an active organization of past reactions or experiences”. It assumes that written text does not carry meaning by itself. Rather, a text only provides directions for readers as to how they should retrieve or construct meaning from their own previously acquired knowledge. The theory of Schema can be used to help guide students to comprehend a text from the global point of view. Therefore, the roles of Schema theory in… CONTINUE READING

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