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The Power of Reading A Presentation by Dr. Charles Cabell

The Power of Reading A Presentation by Dr. Charles Cabell

Based on the work of

Stephen Krashen

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Stopping Points

Stopping Points

During my presentation, I will come to stopping points where I will ask to answer some questions. In order to answer the questions, you will need to take notes as I speak. Now, please get out a pen or pencil, and then well begin.

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High School English Education

High School English Education

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Did you enjoy your high school English class?

Did you learn how to speak English in your class?

Did you communicate in English?

Did your teacher communicate to you in English?

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Characteristics of Entrance Exam Preparation (受験勉強)

Characteristics of Entrance Exam Preparation (受験勉強)

The purpose of education is to prepare for an exam

The purpose of the exam is to divide students into winners and losers

Students interests and individuality are ignored

Students memorize information

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Indirect Results of Entrance-Exam Education

Indirect Results of Entrance-Exam Education

Many students hate school

Many students hate learning

Many students find classes boring

Many students lose confidence in themselves, especially in their academic ability

Many teachers try to control students

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Student Strategies for Resisting Entrance-Exam Education

Student Strategies for Resisting Entrance-Exam Education

Students become extremely passive, sleeping in classes

Students become silent, never asking questions or showing interest

Students completely separate their personal, meaningful lives from the classroom, which has no meaning for them

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Student Strategies II

Student Strategies II

Students never do more than what is required by the teacher (homework)

Students do not think about the content of their education

Students in the classroom wait for class to end so they can be free of school

Students have no personal learning goals

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Consequences of Entrance-Exam Education

Consequences of Entrance-Exam Education

Students do not know how to learn for purposes of personal growth

Students never act independently

Students have little experience learning outside of class

Students do not see learning as something that gives them power

Students do not know how to study for purposes other than a test

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