ADULT READER MODELS ACCORDING TO TYPES OF THOUGHT PROCESS AND THEIR OUTPUTS

Syihabuddin Syihabuddin

Abstract


This study examines (1) reader model among the students, (2) types of thinking utilised on each model and their outputs, and (3) efforts of development for strengthening literacy level. The data was obtained from 9 students taking the mantiq (logic) course. They were asked to read 'Ilmul Mantiq and communicate their thought process while reading. By utilising the narrative inquiry method, there are, at least, four models: scholar models, learning models, receptive models, and natural models. The learning model is superior to other models in terms of its outputs, ease of implementation, and types of thought process involved. As a form of literacy, reading is a mental process of negotiating the experiences of readers and writers. Thought process required for students are the ability to think logically, experimentally, ethically, and aesthetically.
Keywords: Literacy, reading, reader model, types of thought process


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