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|Genre/Form:||Conference papers and proceedings
|Material Type:||Conference publication, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Isabelle Y Liberman; Susan A Brady; Donald Shankweiler
|Notes:||Edited papers originally presented at a symposium in honor of I.Y. Liberman.|
|Description:||xxv, 266 pages : portrait ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Constraints on the development of phonemic awareness / José Morais --
Phonological awareness : implications for prereading and early reading instruction / Benita A. Blachman --
Phonological skills before and after learning to read / Lynette Bradley and Peter Bryant --
Phonemic awareness can be developed without reading instruction / Ingvar Lundberg --
Are we taking too narrow a view of the conditions for development of phonological awareness? / Virginia A. Mann --
Levels of phonological awareness / Rebecca Treiman and Andrea Zukowski --
Questioning the psychological reality of onset-rime as a level of phonological awareness / Joanne F. Carlisle --
How early phonological development might set the stage for phoneme awareness / Anne E. Fowler. Access to syllable structure in language and learning / Charles Read --
The role of working memory in reading disability / Susan Amanda Brady --
Phonological processing without sound / Vicki L. Hanson --
Modularity, working memory, and reading disability / Ignatius G. Mattingly --
What is the causal relation between verbal STM problems and dyslexia? / Bruce F. Pennington [and others] --
Cross-age consistency in phonological processing / Joseph K. Torgesen --
Chinese, Phoenicians, and the orthographic cipher of English / Philip B. Gough and Margaret A. Walsh --
On the value of simple ideas in reading instruction / Charles A. Perfetti --
Beyond phonological processes : print exposure and orthographic processing / Keith E. Stanovich, Richard F. West, and Anne E. Cunningham. The preeminence of phonologically based skills in learning to read / Frank R. Vellutino and Donna M. Scanlon.
|Responsibility:||edited by Susan A. Brady and Donald P. Shankweiler.|
- Children -- Language -- Congresses.
- Language awareness in children -- Congresses.
- Reading disability -- Congresses.
- Phonetics -- Congresses.
- Language arts -- Congresses.
- Children -- Language.
- Language arts.
- Language awareness in children.
- Reading disability.
- Disturbios de aprendizagem.
- Linguagem (ensino)