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Reluct@ntReader$Reluct@ntReader$ How can we engage them?
“Why?” First identify “why” and then search for “how”
Why do you think readers are reluctant?
Four different psychological principals Failure to utilize metacognitive and self-monitoring skills Too literal in reading and interpretation Motivation and interest School environment
“HOW” “HOW” can this be resolved?
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