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Goals of Pre-Reading Activity

 Goals of Pre-Reading Activity

The pre-reading activity is established to help students make schemata or prior knowledge about the text that they want to face. This activity makes students have background knowledge about the text.

Wilson and Chase (1985: 326) states “The goals of pre-reading stage are to activate or build, if necessary) the students‟ knowledge of the subject, to provide any language preparation that might be needed for coping with the passage, and, finally, to motivate the learners want to read the text.” The motivation of reading is built before they read. The aims are to attract students‟ interest in reading text. When they are attracted to the text, the students will comprehend the text easily.

Based on Willis, “The goals of pre-reading is to give students an overview of the topic, book, or story to be read so they can develop mental templates upon which to pattern the new information.”(Willis 2008: 131) Therefore, pre-reading activity is needed in reading class. Giving the students such a predicting cues to warm up their brains will give many benefits. This activities purpose is to shape background knowledge to make a base to new information.

In conclusion, pre-reading activities have beneficial goals in giving students’ preparation before reading. There are some strategies that can be used to make connection in the readers‟ thought. The most important one is to set reading purposes before someone begins to read.

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