Development of Reading Vocabulary and Word Recognition
by Althea Beery - 1949
Recognition and meaning are two interrelated aspects of the problem of reading vocabulary. They are discussed separately in this chapter, although in actual teaching no such sharp division exists. Meaning aids recognition and in turn accurate, rapid recognition of familiar words assists in securing the meaning of a new word in a sentence.
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