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In extensive reading (ER) programs, students read a large quantity of books primarily for meaning. ER programs often use graded readers (books written for specific levels of language ability). This contrasts with intensive reading (generally, reading short, challenging extracts and perhaps translating them). The Extensive Reading Pages site is a compilation of materials, resources and references on Extensive Reading, including sections on: What is Extensive Reading?; Starting an ER program; Materials for ER; Presentation Handouts; Annotated Bibliography; Research Online; and Reviews.

Reading in a Foreign Language is a scholarly international refereed online journal published at the University of Hawaii. RFL has established itself as an excellent source for the latest developments in the field, both theoretical and pedagogic, including improving standards for foreign language reading.