What is an analytic approach to reading?

 
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Introduction
 

An analytic approach to reading begins with words (preferably nouns that can be easily illustrated), then breaks the words into parts to teach these parts. “By the use of [meaningful] words the learner can better see the relationship between reading and their own language.” (Gudschinsky 1973)

Definition
 

An analytic approach to reading is an approach that begins with a word, then analyzes it and breaks it down into parts. (Halvorson 1992)

Examples
 

Here are some examples of analytic approaches:

 
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