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Study on Teaching of English Reading: Under Thematic Progression Model

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Thematic progression pattern is one of important ways to construct discourse. It can help readers understand the content of discourse and methods of how writer organize the information of the discourse profoundly by means of analyzing thematic progression. In this paper, we reviewed some thematic progression patterns raised by different scholars, analyzed and discussed thematic progression according to a model essay, and found out the significance and feasibility in teaching of English reading under thematic progression model, which was based on the explanation and illustration of thematic progression model.

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Wang, Z. (2015) Study on Teaching of English Reading: Under Thematic Progression Model. Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, 5, 73-78. doi: 10.4236/ojml.2015.51007.

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