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This study was conducted to analyze the reading ability of EFL learners which focused on the comprehension skill of level 3 students of Gulf College. The purpose of this study was to find out the level of reading comprehension of the students and identified what factors contributed to the poor comprehension and come up with an intervention to help students of level 3 students. Result showed that 78 percent of the students are poor in predicting outcomes and getting the main idea. Inferring (75.6 %) was also another skill that students are low garnering 75.6 percent. Followed by vocabulary …mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This study was conducted to analyze the reading ability of EFL learners which focused on the comprehension skill of level 3 students of Gulf College. The purpose of this study was to find out the level of reading comprehension of the students and identified what factors contributed to the poor comprehension and come up with an intervention to help students of level 3 students. Result showed that 78 percent of the students are poor in predicting outcomes and getting the main idea. Inferring (75.6 %) was also another skill that students are low garnering 75.6 percent. Followed by vocabulary building and noting details with 56.2 percent and 53.6 percent respectively. This implies that the students have not developed their higher order thinking skill in reading and that most of the L3 students are struggling readers. Their high comprehension ability needs to be reinforced. A proposed action plan to enhance poor reading comprehension is recommended as an output of this study.
Autorenporträt
A Phd in Educational Management with more than 21 years of teaching experience in the academe. Also has solid industry experience in the field of training and development both local and abroad. A licensed teacher who passed the local teacher¿s board examination and a certified English language teacher for speakers of other languages (TESOL).