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EFFECTS OF INTERACTIVE APPROACH ON READING COMPREHENSION AND ATTITUDES OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background to the Study

Reading is one of the four basic skills in language learning. Reading provides learners with a source of comprehensible input and serves to facilitate communicative fluency in other language skills. Reading is about understanding of a text. It is a complex activity that involves both perception and thought of a reader. Reading simply means attainment of language, sharing of information, communicating and comprehending it the right way. Reading is an individual activity and has to be done alone for better comprehension. It consists of two related processes: word recognition and comprehension (Daura, 2014).Furthermore, reading ability has always been viewed as critical to academic success. According to Chastain (1980) Reading is a receptive and decoding skill in which the reader receives the writer’s message and tries to recreate the writer’s message to the extent possible. The reading goal is to read for meaning or to recreate the writer’s meaning. By definition, reading involves comprehension. When readers do not comprehend, they have not read (ibid, p. 217).

1.2 Statement of the Problem

In Nigeria, English language is one of the core subjects in the primary and Secondary School Curriculum. According to the syllabus for English Language Curriculum Development Council CDC, (1999), teaching of four core skills: Listening, reading, speaking and writing; is necessary in each key stage. It is however points out by Oyetunde (2009) in Yusuf (2014),that most teacher-training institutions in Nigeria are not adequately equipped and oriented to prepare teachers meaningfully for reading instruction at the primary and secondary level. English language teachers use different methods to teach reading comprehension. Researchers commonly recognize that lack of reading strategy knowledge accounts, to a large extent, for secondary schools poor reading ability and the instruction to train the students to be aware of and effectively use reading strategies rarely happens during English reading classes in most secondary schools. It seems that secondary school teachers assume that their students know reading strategies and thus use them to read English text effectively

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