Reading Comprehension Strategy (CSR) and Learners’ Comprehension: A Case Study of FLD Students

Abdulamir Alamin, Sawsan Ahmed


The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of Strategic Reading, specifically the Collaborative Strategic Reading (CSR) on Taif University. The participants are students from classes of English at the Department of Foreign Languages, of Arts College. The data mainly came from statistical results, including the questionnaire responses. The findings of CSR will be explored to find out the effect, positive or negative on the Taif university learners' reading comprehension particularly in relation to the comprehension questions on getting the main idea and finding the supporting details. The findings of the study will be used to suggest implementing better comprehension strategy instruction for the learners to adopt some degree of strategic reading behaviours, and to take long-term efforts and practices for EFL learners to fully develop their strategic reading abilities.

The present paper is an effort to deliver a base for better understanding the relationship between reading comprehension and reading strategies. The results of this paper will be implemented for better reading strategy instruction at Taif University, KSA.

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English Linguistics Research
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