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A Case for Using a Parallel Corpus and Concordancer for Beginners of a Foreign Language by Elke St.John  

A Comparison of L1 and L2 Reading: Cultural Differences and Schema By Meena Singhal

A Product-Focused Approach to Text Summarisation By Esther Uso Juan and Juan Carlos Palmer Silveira

Acquiring Communicative Competence in the Reading Classroom By Maya Khemlani David, Literacy Across Cultures, 1999

Authentic, Performance-Based Assessment in ESL/EFL Reading Instruction By Richard Lynch, Asian-EFL-Journal, December 2003

Automaticity Theory and EFL in Japan with Some Specific Applications for Reading By Fumiko Yoshimura, Literacy Across Cultures, 2000

Can Software Support Children's Literacy Development? by Julie Wood 

Comparability of Conventional and Computerized Tests of Reading in a Second Language by Yasuyo Sawaki  

Contrastive Goal Orientations in an EFL Reading Context: Influences on Reading  By Tung-hsien He, TESL-EJ, April 2001

Effects of Students' Participation in Authoring of Multimedia Materials on Student Acquisition of Vocabulary by Ofelia R. Nikolova 

Effects of On-Site Reading Clinical Tutoring on Children’s Performance  By Abha Gupta

EFL Extensive Reading Instruction: Research and Procedure By Bernard Susser and Thomas N. Robb, JALT Journal, November 1990

Enabling a Reader Through Picture Books: A Case Study By Fatimah Hashim, Literacy Across Cultures, 1999

Evaluating Sustained Silent Reading in Reading Classes By Chow, Ping-Ha and Chou, Chi-Ting

Extensive Reading vs Skills Building in an EFL Context By Thomas N. Robb and Bernard Susser, Reading in a Foreign Language, 1989

Extensive Reading: What Is It? Why Bother? By Julian Bamford & Richard R. Day, The Language Teacher Online, May 1997

Extensive Reading: Why? and How? By Timothy Bell

Fabula: A Bilingual Multimedia Authoring Environment for Children Exploring Minority Languages  by Viv Edwards, Lyn Pemberton, John Knight, & Frank Monaghan

First and Second Language Use in Reading Comprehension Strategies of Japanese ESL Students By Thomas A. Upton, TESL-EJ, November 1997

Gender, Violence-Oriented Passage Content and Second Language Reading Comprehension By Cindy Brantmeier

 

Getting Students More Personally Involved in Their Literature Classes (1)  By Robert W. Norris

Graded and Extensive Reading -- Questions and Answers By Rob Waring, Language Teacher Online, May 1997

Helping Children Learn to Think in English Through Reading Storybooks By Patricia F. Neyman

Helping ESL Students Become Better Readers: Schema Theory Applications and Limitations By Nigel Stott

How to Develop Reading-To-Do Skills in Engineering Education By Esko Johnson, Literacy Across Cultures, June 1997

In Others' Words: How Learners Construct Reading Difficulties By Andy Barfield, Literacy Across Cultures, 1999

Inference: Procedures & Implications for ELT By Costas Gabrielatos, Karen's Linguistics Issues, April 2002

Interplay Between Reading Tasks, Reader Variables and Unknown Word Processing By Adina Levine and Thea Reves, TESL-EJ, March 1998

Language Learning Strategies Instruction and Language Use Applied to ... By Anthony S. Rausch , Literacy Across Cultures, 2000

Lessons from the Rock on the Role of Reading By Roni Lebauer, The Language Teacher Online, July 1998

Looking at Citations: Using Corpora in English for Academic Purposes By Paul Thompson & Chris Tribble, Language Learning & Technology, September 2001

Methodological Issues in Research on Learner-Computer Interactions in CALL by Volker Hegelheimer & Carol A. Chapelle  

New Technologies, New Literacies: Focus Discipline Research and ESL Learning Communities by Loretta Kasper  

Phonemic Awareness: A Key Concept Revisited By Charles Jannuzi, Literacy Across Cultures, 1998

Phonemic Awareness: Is It Language Specific? By Brett Reynolds, Literacy Across Cultures, 1998

Providing Controlled Exposure to Target Vocabulary Through the Screening and Arranging of Texts by Sina Ghadirian  

Reading and Listening for Exam Preparation By Costas Gabrielatos

Reading and the Adult English Language Learner By Carol VanDuzer, ERIC Digest, August 1999

Reading Recovery and the ESL Learner: More Than a Marriage of Convenience By Sharon Hodgson and Barbara Price, TESL Canada Session, April 1997

Reading Theory as a Microcosm of the Four Skills By Ciarán P. McCarthy

Receptive Skills with Young Learners (Costas Gabrielatos) A framework for teaching reading and writing skills to young learners. 1997-8

Research on Text Comprehension in Multimedia Environments by Dorothy M. Chun & Jan L. Plass  

Schema Theory-Based Pre-Reading Tasks: A Neglected Essential in the ESL Reading Class. By Parviz Ajideh. 

Selection of Reading Texts: Moving Beyond Content Schemata By Maya Khemlani David & Lynne Norazit, Literacy Across Cultures, 2000

Teaching Japanese-English Bilingual Children to Read English at Home By Craig Smith

The Effect of Multimedia Annotation Modes on L2 Vocabulary Acquisition: A Comparative Study by Khalid Al Seghayer   

The Integration of Internet-Based Reading Materials into the Foreign Language Curriculum: From Teacher-to Student-Centered Approaches by Klaus Brandl   

The Language Learning Benefits of Extensive Reading By Paul Nation, The Language Teacher Online, May 1997

The Role of Tasks in Promoting Intercultural Learning in Electronic Learning Networks by Andreas Müller-Hartmann

The Use of Computer Technology in Experimental Studies of Second Language Acquisition: A Survey of Some Techniques and Some Ongoing Studies by Jan H. Hulstijn   

To Gloss or Not to Gloss: An Investigation of Reading Comprehension Online By Lara L. Lomicka, Language Learning & Technology, January 1998

Transforming Your Students' Thinking With Stories by Nick Owen, Karen's Linguistics Issues, June 2002

Using Mystery Stories in the Language Classroom By Eric J Pollock, Asian-EFL-Journal, September 2003

Visible Or Invisible Links: Does the Highlighting of Hyperlinks Affect Incidental Vocabulary Learning, Text Comprehension, and the Reading Process? by Isabelle De Ridder   

"What's in a Gloss?" COMMENTARY (A response to Lara L. Lomicka's "To Gloss or Not to Gloss" An Investigation of Reading Comprehension Online, Volume 1, Number 2) by Warren B. Roby  

What Lexical Information do L2 Learners Select in a CALL Sictionary and How it Affects Aord Retention by Batia Laufer and Monica Hill  

What One Extensive Reading Program Looks Like By Marc Helgesen, The Language Teacher Online, May 1997