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Reading 2 (RDG2-2)

a compulsory fall-term ILA reading course for freshmen at MIC

This content of this course is offered in tandem with a real-time, fall-semester class at MIC, and is not ideal for learners who are not studying at the institution. Materials are only available when the course is in session, and much content is only revealed in stages.

This second semester course for MIC freshmen focuses on developing basic EFL reading skills. On this platform, you will be able to access materials related to the intensive readings (IR) of the course, including audio, comprehension and vocabulary building worksheets.

Other materials not included here are timed readings (TR) and associated comprehension questions (text provided in class), and work you will do on three separate online systems - one for extensive reading (ER), one for short reading practice, and one for vocabulary development (links provided after you enroll).


Your Instructor


Cathrine-Mette Mork
Cathrine-Mette Mork

Cathrine-Mette Mork 望久 (モーク) 片梨奈 (カタリーナ) is a Canadian EFL instructor with over 25 years of teaching experience. Read more about her here: http://morksensei.com/about


Course Curriculum


  Course Overview
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  Audio Files for Timed Reading: Book 1 (31~40); Book 2: (1~20)
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  Answers to Timed Readings
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  Answers to Intensive Readings
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Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts at the beginning of October and ends at the end of the MIC fall semester. You are free to look at materials before we cover them in class.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own. However, when a new batch of students enrolls in the following year, you may experience limited access to things like answer keys.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
If you are unsatisfied with the course, kindly explain why on your course evaluation forms at the end of the semester. Your feedback will help future courses be better.

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