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ERIC Number: ED001744
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 56
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LET'S TEACH WORD ANALYSIS SKILLS.
HOYLE, ANNE M.; AND OTHERS
A GUIDE ON THE TEACHING OF WORD ANALYSIS SKILLS IS PRESENTED. KNOWLEDGE OF WORD ANALYSIS ALONE DOES NOT ENSURE GOOD READING ABILITY. IT SHOULD, HOWEVER, ENABLE THE INDIVIDUAL TO BECOME MORE INDEPENDENT IN HIS READING. SKILLS DEVELOPED THROUGH A KNOWLEDGE OF WORD ANALYSIS CAN DO MUCH TO ENHANCE THE UNDERSTANDING OF WRITTEN MATERIAL AND TO ENABLE THE STUDENT TO BECOME A MORE PROFICIENT READER. THE STUDY OF WORD ANALYSIS CAN DO MUCH TO ENHANCE THE UNDERSTANDING OF WRITTEN MATERIAL AND TO ENABLE THE STUDENT TO BECOME A MORE PROFICIENT READER. THE STUDY OF WORD ANALYSIS IS APPROACHED THROUGH AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE PRINCIPLES INVOLVED IN FOUR MAJOR AREAS--(1) PHONETIC ANALYSIS OR SOUND CLUES, (2) STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OR SIGHT CLUES, (3) SYLLABIFICATION, AND (4) ACCENT. TEACHERS ARE URGED TO LEAD THEIR PUPILS IN DISCOVERING FOR THEMSELVES THE RULES, PRINCIPLES, OR GENERALIZATIONS IN EACH OF THESE AREAS OF ANALYSIS AND IN EXPRESSING THE PRINCIPLES IN THEIR OWN WORDS. THE EXACT WORDING OF A RULE IS NOT IMPORTANT IF THE MEANING IS CLEAR TO THE CHILDREN. IT IS THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE UNDERLYING PRINCIPLES OF WORD ANALYSIS AND THE ABILITY TO APPLY THESE PRINCIPLES THAT MAKE WORD ANALYSIS AN INVALUABLE TOOL IN LEARNING TO READ.
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Authoring Institution: Prince George's County Board of Education, Upper Marlboro, MD.
Identifiers: Maryland (Upper Marlboro)