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4. Finite vs dynamic knowledge and skills - Vocabulary

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:30 by NZTecAdmin
  • Vocabulary knowledge- knowing and being able to use words and phrases- is more dynamic.
  • Some sets of words can be considered finite. These are the sight words that readers recognise instantly. Many of them are not phonetically regular, and just have to be learnt. Click here to download the

    Appendix A.10a: Sight word recognition (PDF, 0 B)

    Monitor this set closely; until they are until control, learners will struggle to get any fluency.
  • In Module 2 we discussed vocabulary development. The vocabulary assessment that is available in the Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Assessment Tool should be used to monitor learners’ progress.


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