Word Recognition Process: Department For Children, Schools And Families

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Word Recognition Process. The “Rose Report” (Department for Children, Schools and Families, 2006), an independent report examining best practice in teaching reading produced for the United Kingdom’s Department of Children, Schools and Families (formerly the Department for Education and Skills), depicts the following process for word recognition (see Figure 1 below). When children hear a word, they relate that to their store of word meanings and word sounds, to later process the word and pronounce the word aloud. Developing word recognition skills includes such components as letter recognition, acquisition of essential phonics rules and grapheme-phoneme correspondence (GPCs), and building of vocabulary, all of which can be tested by the EGRA
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