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Section III: Decoding and Word Study. Teaching Reading Sourcebook 2 nd Edition. Word Reading Skills. To clarify how word reading skills contribute to proficient reading, two explanations of how the reading process works are:

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    1. Section III: Decoding and Word Study Teaching Reading Sourcebook 2nd Edition

    2. Word Reading Skills • To clarify how word reading skills contribute to proficient reading, two explanations of how the reading process works are: • The Adams Model of Skilled Reading which describes the skilled reading process as a network of connections among four processors: orthographic, phonological, semantic, and context. • Ehri’s Phases of Word Recognition Development which explains that word recognition develops in five phases: pre-alphabetic, partial alphabetic, full alphabetic, consolidated alphabetic, and automatic.

    3. The Adams Model of Skilled Reading

    4. Ehri’s Phases of Word Recognition Development

    5. Decoding • The connection of the letters (orthographic information) with the sounds (phonological information) to form words is decoding. • Learning to decode well and early is essential to proficient reading. • Research has shown that much of the variance in ninth graders’ reading comprehension can be explained by first grade decoding skill.* *Connecticut Longitudinal Study (1992)