Vu Phuong Lien, Tran Thi Hoa, Vu Thi Hong Hanh

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Abstract

The 2018 educational program is oriented to develop learners' competencies comprehensively through subjects. However, in order to develop students' capacity, it is necessary to have teaching activities suitable for each subject. Especially in Vietnamese for primary school students, the reading section clearly shows the students' listening, speaking, reading, and writing abilities. In order for students to manifest those abilities, experiential learning is extremely necessary. Students need to be given opportunities to express themselves through specific activities that are consistent with the lesson objectives. The study has selected the Kolb’s Model for Experiential Learning to build the tasks, and choose the effective learning method that is suitable for the reading subject with the aim to develop learner’s comprehensive reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. From there, it is proposed to design a teaching plan according to the Kolb experiential model to develop specific competencies in Vietnamese: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. 

Keywords: Teaching reading, competency development, David Kolb’s learning cycle.

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