Silent Reading and Reading Aloud for Better Comprehension and Speaking Motivation: A Comparative Study

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  • Rabindra Subedi Assistant Lecturer Kanakai Multiple Campus, Surunga, Jhapa, Nepal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3126/kj.v2i1.47109

Keywords:

silent reading, reading aloud, reading comprehension, speaking motivation

Abstract

This article compares the effectiveness of reading aloud and silent reading for comprehension and speaking motivation. The data were taken from the ninth graders of a community school of Jhapa, Nepal. The students were divided into two groups and each were asked to read ten sample comprehension questions. The groups were provisioned to have a silent reading and reading aloud differently. Each group was given just five minutes of time- two times a day- for three weeks and were measured for their scores. Conclusions were drawn comparing the pre- test and post- test results and by closely observing their oral participation in the class. The results showed that reading aloud is more effective than silent reading for comprehension and speaking encouragement.

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Published

2022-08-17

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Subedi, R. (2022). Silent Reading and Reading Aloud for Better Comprehension and Speaking Motivation: A Comparative Study. Kanakai Journal, 2(1), 37–45. https://doi.org/10.3126/kj.v2i1.47109

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