volume 7, issue 1, P11-32 2021
DOI: 10.33736/jcshd.2456.2021
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Amelia Shoon Wan Chin, Kartini Abdul Ghani

Abstract: Reading strategies are seldom taught to students despite their importance in aiding reading comprehension. This study aimed to examine the effectiveness of the think-aloud strategy and investigate primary school students' perception of using the think-aloud strategy in assisting their reading comprehension. Twenty-seven primary school students were introduced and trained to use the think-aloud strategy through teacher-modelling and reciprocal think-aloud with comprehension passages related to the relevant Engl…

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