Writing Development

An interdisciplinary view

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| Università di Roma "La Sapienza", Italy
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This volume presents a selection of papers presented at a series of three workshops organized by the Network “Written Language and Literacy” as launched by the European Science Foundation. The main topics making up Writing Development are: (1) Writing and literacy acquisition: Links between speech and writing, with contributions by David R. Olson, Claire Blanche-Benveniste, Emilia Ferreiro, Ruth Berman, Liliana Tolchinsky & Ana Teberosky; (2) Writing and reading in time and culture, with contributions by Collette Sirat, Françoise Desbordes, Harmut Günther, Peter Koch, & Jean Hébrard: (3) Written language competence in monolingual and bilingual contexts, with contributions by Michel Fayol & Serge Mouchon, Georges Lüdi, & Ludo Verhoeven; (4) Writing systems, brain structures and languages: A neurolinguistic view, with contributions by Giuseppe Cossu, Heinz Wimmer & Uta Frith, & Brian Butterworth. The volume heads off with an extensive introduction “Studying writing and writing acquisition today: A multidisciplinary view”.
[Studies in Written Language and Literacy, 6]  1997.  xxxii, 338 pp.
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Table of Contents
Studying writing and writing acquisition today: A multidisciplinary view
xv
Part I: Writing and literacy acquisition: Links between linguistics and psycholinguistics
1
1. On the relations between speech and writing
David R. Olson
3
2. The Unit of Written and Oral Language
Claire Blanche-Benveniste
21
3. The Word out of (Conceptual) Context
Emilia Ferreiro
47
4. Presschool Knowledge of Language: What Five year olds Know about Language Structue and Language Use
Ruth A. Berman
61
5. Explicit Word Segmentation and Writing in Hebrew and Spanish
Liliana Tolchinsky
77
Part II: Writing and reading in time and culture
99
6. Orality/ Literacy, Languages and Alphabets. Examples from Jewish Cultures
Colette Sirat
101
7. The Notion of Orthography. A Latin Inheritance
Françoise Desbordes
117
8. Aspects of a History of Written Language Processing. Examples from the Roman world and the early Middle Ages
Hartmut Guenther
129
9. Orality in Literate Cultures
Peter Koch †
149
10. The Graphic Space of the School Exercise Books in France in the 19th-20th century
Jean Hébrard
173
Part III: Written language competence in monolingual and bilingual contexts
191
11. Production and Comprehension of Connectives in the Written Modality. A Study of Written French
Michel Fayol
193
12. Towards a Better Understanding of Biliteracy
Georges Luedi
206
13. Acquisition of Literacy by Immigrant Children
Ludo Verhoeven
219
Part IV: Writing systems, brain structures and languages: a neurolinguistic view
241
14. Domain-Specificity and Fractionability of Neuropsychological Processes in Literacy Acquisition
Giuseppe Cossu
243
15. Reading difficulties among English and German Children. Same Cause — Different Manifestation
Heinz Wimmer
259
16. Neural Organisation and Writing Systems
Brian Butterworth
273
Bibliographic references
293
Analytic index
332
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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