This is not surprising because the ability to read the words in a text accurately and quickly is highly related to successful reading comprehension. Effects of systematic and strategic analogy based phonics on grade 2 students word reading and reading comprehension article in reading research quarterly 40 2 234 255 april 2005 with 373 reads.
However it is again important to note that fluent and automatic application of phonics skills to text is another critical skill that must be taught and learned to maximize oral reading and reading comprehension.
Analogy phonics systematic. Systematic phonics instruction results in better growth in children s ability to comprehend what they read than non systematic or no phonics instruction. These include synthetic phonics analytic phonics analogy phonics and onset rime phonics. Model and guide more complex word relatives optional if appropriate teacher shows and blends more complex sets of ill words with s es ing ed endings as compounds or with common suffixes and prefixes.
Teaching analogy phonics atlas 2016 7 step 4. The s of sun. Importance of each sound.
Systematic phonics instruction is designed to increase accuracy in decoding and word recognition skills which in turn facilitate comprehension. This rule works for short words but is problematic for longer words and encourages guessing as an initial reading strategy. Although these explicit and systematic phonics approaches all use a planned sequential introduction of a set of phonic elements with teaching and practice of those elements they differ across a number of other features p 2 99.
Emphasis on the initial sound e g. Analytic phonics synthetic phonics.