Transfer Effects of Repeated EFL Reading on Reading New Passages : A Preliminary Investigation

@inproceedings{Taguchi2002TransferEO,
  title={Transfer Effects of Repeated EFL Reading on Reading New Passages : A Preliminary Investigation},
  author={Etsuo Taguchi and Daito Bunka and Greta Gorsuch},
  year={2002}
}
In English as a foreign language (EFL) contexts, there has been a growing recognition that reading provides important opportunities for second language (L2) development in second language learners (Day & Bamford, 1998). This is particularly true in EFL settings in which sources of L2 input are limited (Gebhard, 1996). However, EFL learners face a number of problems effectively utilizing reading as a venue for L2 development. One of the more salient problems is that EFL learners' reading rates… CONTINUE READING
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