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Sight Words | Dolch Primer | List 2 | BUNDLE | NSW NZ Print
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PHONICS and WORD KNOWLEDGE
Year 1 ACELA 1821
It is essential for readers and writers to develop a large number of sight words and phrases in order for them to recognise high-frequency words immediately.
Recognising high-frequency words by sight frees students to concentrate on meaning as they read and write. It also helps them to learn other sight words and to improve reading fluency.
Marie Clay notes “a child has to accumulate a reading vocabulary of known words which he can recognise rapidly and does not have to work out. Only as this happens is the reader’s attention freed to work on new words and solve new text problems.” Becoming Literate: the construction of inner control 1991
Learners acquire sight vocabulary for reading and writing through: