Written Language & Literacy

Volume 18, Issue 1 (2015)

2015.  iii, 199 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Producing written noun phrases in French
Severine Maggio, Florence Chenu, Guillemette Bes de Berc, Blandine Pesci, Bernard Lété, Harriet Jisa and Michel Fayol
1–24
Overcoming preferred argument structure in written French: Development, modality, text type
Audrey Mazur-Palandre
25–55
Spoken and written narration in Hebrew: A case study
Dorit Ravid and Yehudit Chen-Djemal
56–81
Aer yuo looking cloesly? Even good spellers are impacted by partial cue reading
Tru E. Kwong, Malinda Desjarlais and Megan L. Duffy
82–103
From t-bias to d-bias in Dutch: Evidence from children’s spelling and pronunciation
Esther Hanssen, Robert Schreuder and Anneke Neijt
104–120
Implicit and explicit instruction: The case of spelling acquisition
Kim A.H. Cordewener, Anna M.T. Bosman and Ludo Verhoeven
121–152
Orthographic constraints on the spelling of German a-sounds
Annalen Appelt, Miriam Balestra and Martin Neef
153–174
Community consensus and social identity in alphabet development: The relationship between Kala and Jabêm
Christine Schreyer
175–199
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CFC: Literacy

Main BISAC Subject

LAN010000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Literacy