Reading Makes Words Stick in Your Brain

ReadOasis: So here we are with Dr. Paul Nation, Professor Emeritus at the University of Wellington, Victoria (New Zealand).  And of [...]

Is Reading Really That Good?

ReadOasis Step 3 The candidate walked into the cold, concrete classroom, which had been converted into an interview chamber. He [...]

Scholar Recounts Benefits of Reading for Language Learning

Anyone can extol the benefits of reading, and many of us can do this with a sense of remorse because [...]

Extensive Reading is Essential

By Joseph Poulshock, PhD While completing an MA in TESOL, I learned many helpful insights from my textbooks and teachers [...]

Reading for Speaking

Many learners (and teachers) object to extensive reading (ER) for this reason. They want to focus on speaking skills. Others [...]

Grading the Arts and Sciences

Many approaches to language teaching focus on language as content. These approaches can be called language-driven. On the other hand, [...]