Answer: These techniques were used in an English class in China.
> Asking students to anticipate what might happen in a story by detecting hints given in the title.
> Reading a story in which a part was deliberately removed and then having students write in the missing part.
> Reading a passage with large sections left out and then asking students questions on their overall comprehension.
> Reading a piece of writing twice: first without and then with the title or an illustration to see how understanding of the text changes when clues are provided.
> Reading something with nonsense or invented words in it and guessing the meaning of the words by making use of the context. P. 626-126.
Comment: These techniques come under the heading of trying them on yourself before trying them with students. RayS.
Title: “Using the Process Approach to Reading in an EFL [English in a Foreign Language} Class.”Fan Xianlong. Journal of Reading (May 1991), 624-627,