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American Journal of Educational Research. 2020, 8(4), 221-231
DOI: 10.12691/education-8-4-5
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Compilation the Type of Exercise: “Using the Information from the Text” to Improve Reading Comprehension Skill in Teaching Chemistry in English at High School

Cao Cu Giac1, and Pham Ngoc Tuan2

1School of Natural Science Education, Vinh University, Vietnam

2Nguyen Thi Minh Khai High School, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Pub. Date: April 25, 2020

Cite this paper:
Cao Cu Giac and Pham Ngoc Tuan. Compilation the Type of Exercise: “Using the Information from the Text” to Improve Reading Comprehension Skill in Teaching Chemistry in English at High School. American Journal of Educational Research. 2020; 8(4):221-231. doi: 10.12691/education-8-4-5

Abstract

Reading comprehensions skill is one of the basic skills that is cared about the process of teaching and learning foreign languages, especially scientific subjects. Chemistry is one of them. That determines whether the learner understands the content of the text or not, at what level. Improving reading comprehension skills is one of the most important purposes of the study, which helping students to be able to reach suitable content for their level and age by reading books, newspapers, and documents written in English. That helps them to have the opportunity to improve their English skills, especially the English academy. Thereby, students can have habits of learning actively, lifelong learning; practice English academic skills; have confidence in English academic communication and international integration in the future. The paper researches to design the type of exercise: "Using the information from the text" to practice reading comprehension skills in teaching chemistry in English in high school. The paper also focuses on analyzing students' expressions and assessing the level of using chemical reading comprehension skills in English through specific examples of this type, to develop students' skills more effectively.

Keywords:
skill reading comprehension skill chemical reading comprehension skill in English chemical exercise using the information from the text

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