Improve Students' Reading Skills with Interactive Assignments

Orlando, John
November 2015
Online Classroom;Nov2015, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p2
The article discusses importance of interactive assignments to develop reading skills of students to overcome problems with reading academic articles and mentions views of Jan Miernowski, professor of French at the University of Wisconsin, on use of interactive module to teach students.


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