200806182237Dolch Sight Word List

Dolch Sight Word List

Preprimer Primer First Second Third
a all after always about
and am again around better
away are an because bring
big at any been carry
blue ate as before clean
can be ask best cut
come black by both done
down brown could buy draw
find but every call drink
for came fly cold eight
funny did from does fall
go do give don't far
help eat going fast full
hers four had first got
I get has five grow
in good her found hold
is has him gave hot
it he how goes hurt
jump into just green if
little like know its keep
look must let made kind
make new live many laugh
me no may off light
my now of or long
not on old pull much
one our once read myself
play out open right never
red please over sing only
run pretty put sit own
said ran round sleep pick
see ride some tell seven
the saw stop their shall
three say take these show
to she thank those six
two so them upon small
up soon then us start
we that think use ten
yellow there walk very today
you they where wash together
this when which try
too why warm
under wish
want work
was would
well write
went your

所謂的 Sigh Words 即 High Frequency Words,



這些字大約有 300 個字左右,但有些參考資料/書/網頁/字卡只會例出大約 200 多個字!


以下是很多對為何要學 sight words 的見解:

What exactly are "sight words?"

These are words that good readers may instantly recognize without having to

"figure them out."

There are two reasons why sight words are an essential component of good reading:

First of all, many of these words do not sound like their spellings might suggest,

so "sounding them out" would be unproductive.

Also, a good reader really can’t afford the time to dwell on too many words,

or he may lose the speed and fluency necessary for determining

the author’s message.

Sight words 使你有效閱讀的重要因素有二:

1.  好的讀者,應該要先弄懂這些高頻率出現的單字,才不會花太多的時間在思索這些字上;

2. 想要快速及流利地解讀作者的想要傳遞的訊息或文中的大意!



How should we decide which words to teach as sight words?

Studies suggest that the most in our language, known as "high-frequency words"

be the best place to start.

Believe it or not, the 100 most common words actually make up about

50 percent of the material we read!

The 25 most common words make up about -third of our written material

 (Fry, Kress, and Fountoukidis, 2004).



We can enable our students to greatly increase their reading efficiency

when we teach them to read half or more of the words they encounter in a quick and automatic manner.

You can probably guess correctly at many of the most common words

in our written language, such as: the, a, is, of, to, in, and, I, you, and that.

You may also want to refer to lists assembled by Dolch or by Fry, Kress, and Fountoukidis.


"Amazing, isn’t it?

We have over a half-million words to communicate with,

but half of everything we write and read depends on only 0.02 percent--

on only those 100 most frequent words." — Frank B. May in Reading as Communication

我們可以利用超過 50 萬字來與人溝通,但是每每我們所寫及所讀的所有的東西,

都來自於這 100 個最常見的字,僅佔所有字的 0.02%!


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