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- Building English vocabulary through roots, prefixes and suffixes
- More Prefixes and Suffixes, Open eBook
- How to Build Your Child’s Vocabulary
Building English vocabulary through roots, prefixes and suffixes
Vocabulary plays an important part in learning to read. For example, when a beginning reader sees the word dog in a book, he begins to sound it out. When he realizes that he is very familiar with the word dog , he reads it with confidence. But what if the child comes across the word yak in a story? If he has never heard of a yak, he may try to sound out the word, but may then begin to second guess himself. Is this a real word?
This Open eBook allows you to copy and paste text and certain images into a word processing program. You can also enable the Typewriter function and type directly onto the page. Learn more! The national standards require that students beginning in fourth grade use their knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to determine the meaning of words. This book includes 24 units.
More Prefixes and Suffixes, Open eBook
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Reproduction of these materials for an entire school or for a school system is strictly prohibited. But often their comprehension of the word s meaning isn t as strong. All of the research in the area of comprehension agrees that a strong vocabulary is the foundation for reading comprehension. In fact, vocabulary is the foundation of all areas of literacy listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Since increasing and developing a student s vocabulary will improve his or her overall reading comprehension, research recommends teaching students the parts of words. Beginning at grade three, the national standards require that students use their knowledge of prefixes and suffixes to determine the meaning of words, and that they use their knowledge of root words to determine the meaning of unknown words within a passage.
How to Build Your Child’s Vocabulary
There is a widespread consensus in the research community that reading instruction in English should first focus on teaching letter grapheme to sound phoneme correspondences rather than adopt meaning-based reading approaches such as whole language instruction. That is, initial reading instruction should emphasize systematic phonics. In this systematic review, I show that this conclusion is not justified based on a an exhaustive review of 12 meta-analyses that have assessed the efficacy of systematic phonics and b summarizing the outcomes of teaching systematic phonics in all state schools in England since The failure to obtain evidence in support of systematic phonics should not be taken as an argument in support of whole language and related methods, but rather, it highlights the need to explore alternative approaches to reading instruction.