Basic Sight Word Words

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The Basic Sight Words and Phrases assessment measures the student’s knowledge of basic sight words and basic sight word phrases.

Thomas identified 201/220 or 91% of the basic sight words demonstrating mastery of sight word recognition. Although he demonstrated mastery, Thomas often substituted the vowel sound in the words he was reading. For example, he substituted “run” for “ran”, “far” or “for” and “give” for “gave” indicating a need for explicit instruction in vowel sounds.

Thomas identified 110/143 or 77% of the basic sight word phrases. His substitutions included switching the order of the words, adding sounds to words, and omitting words in the phrases. Some substitutions include “was it” for “it was”, “look at there” for “look at
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