||Kang, Sung-Kwan. (2016). Development of teaching and learning models and analyses of learning achievement in extensive reading. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal 24(1), 131-150. The purpose of the study is to prove efficiency of extensive reading with two suggested teaching and learning models and present analyses of learning achievement. Two groups were selected; the 1st group of 20 college students focusing on word-definition-and-grammar and 2nd group of 20 focusing on following-events-and-the-story-line in the story. After the applications of the models for the study, each group was given an achievement test of the five sections; Setting, Character, Dialogue, Plot and Vocabulary. The 2nd group achieved higher score in the average of the five sections. More specifically, the scores of the 2nd in Character, Dialogue, and Plot were statistically higher. However, the 1st group showed higher achievement in Vocabulary. Both groups did not show significant difference in Setting. Noticeably, the 2nd model showed more efficiency of learning in the study. On the basis of the findings, developing some teaching and learning models in extensive reading is necessary to benefit English learners.