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VOL 4, NO 1 (2017): SPRING (APRIL)

 

READING MODELS IN L1 AND L2


Szilvia Varga Tánczikné

Abstract

This study describes and compares reading models applied in L1 and L2 research. Bottom-up, cognitive, interactive, connectionist and metacognitive models are outlined. In addition, summaries of some hypotheses used mainly in the second language reading as well as a few similarities and differences between reading in L1 and L2 are given.


Keywords

Keywords: reading, models, comprehension, bottom-up, cognitive interactive, metacognition, L1, L2,


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