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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Blogging - An Efficient Tool To Incorporate Technology And Reading Skills

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AUTHOR(S)

Hethesia D & Dr. S. Mercy Gnana Gandhi

 

KEYWORDS

blogs, technology, skills, students, classroom, learning

 

ABSTRACT

Comprehension skill is one of the columns within the demonstration of reading. At a point, when an individual reads content, he engages himself in the complex array of cognitive process of learning. Awareness, understanding and ability are used simultaneously to recognize or create significance from the text. Though words and contents can be perceived, students may not know what is certainly read. Figuring out how to comprehend the content is basic for students, to be fruitful in careers. As there is a rapid development in the innovations on science and technology, there is always a need to incorporate such innovative technologies into the language classroom, to advance the scholastic accomplishment among the student community. This paper explores an access to a blog, which is utilized to help in improving the ability of reading comprehension skills and the outcome encourages even the instructors to advance practical progress of teaching, which ensures the rapid changes become accessible by the students at least once in a day. On this novelty of using blogs in the classroom, students naturally take an interest in developing the inspiration on reading that builds motivation and strengthens their learning.

 

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