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Similarly, the Academic Word List (AWL; Coxhead, 2000) is a 570-word list of high-frequency word families, excluding GSL words, found in a variety of academic texts.
For the high-frequency word pairs discussed in the present paragraph, this error type appears to be most pervasive with -ness, but it can also be seen in connection with the derivative *couragable in which the suffix -able has been added to a noun stem even though it can only be attached to verb stems (Ljung, 2003: 102).
Association for High-frequency Word Walls are usually located on a bulletin board or wall above or below the alphabet (Cooper & Kiger, 2003) as this location allows the words to be a focal point of the classroom assisting students while reading and writing independently (Brabham & Villaume, 2001).
Each sentence included either a low-frequency word (60 words; mean frequency: 4.5 per million, number of letters: 7.3; Davis & Perea, 2005) or a high-frequency word (60 words; mean frequency: 87.3 per million; number of letters: 7.3).
There was a significant difference in word frequency for the low- and high-frequency word conditions.
Only a few teacher resources are provided and are located in the back of the text: silent and oral reading checklists, a high-frequency word list, and a parent letter.
It offers subscribers everything needed to support a balanced literacy program for their classrooms, including benchmark books, high-frequency word books, reading comprehension worksheets, flashcards, and sample assessments.
In addition, more highly rated test-takers used a wider range of low-frequency words, with the output of lower-rated test-takers being made up of an increased percentage of high-frequency word choices.
A very robust finding is that readers will spend more time looking at a low-frequency word than at a high-frequency word (e.g.
While making recommendations for sources of sight words, we found only one high-frequency word list for the Bible.
Analysis also revealed slower responses to the matrices preceded by a low-frequency word (979 ms) than to the matrices preceded by a high-frequency word (958 ms), Fs(1,19) = 8.78, p < .01 and a reliable interaction between matrix complexity and item frequency, Fs(1,19) = 6.89,p < .05.
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