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JOURNAL OF RESEARCH AND KNOWLEDGE SPREADING
In this essay, I argue that teaching reading comprehension can be based on the read oneself reading's view, which consists of reading a text at the same time that we read ourselves. In other words, we need to be aware, at all times, of the way we read texts and make meaning by taking responsibility for our own interpretations because both the writer and the reader are text producers. First, I begin by giving an example of how traditional ideals of reading do not include the plurality of ideas.doi:10.20952/jrks1111550 fatcat:jav7msw7bfe3lncvowlnfp3usi