Written Language & Literacy 13:1
[Written Language & Literacy, 13:1] 2010. iv, 179 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Preserving Canada’s ‘honour’: Ideology and diachronic change in Canadian spelling variantsKevin Heffernan, Alison J. Borden, Alexandra C. Erath & Julie-Lynn Yang | pp. 1–23
Emergent literacy in children of immigrants coming from a primarily oral literacy cultureMichal Shany, Esther Geva & Liat Melech-Feder | pp. 24–60
Predicting poor, average, and superior spellers in grades 1 to 6 from phonological, orthographic, and morphological, spelling, or reading compositesNoelia P. Garcia, Robert D. Abbott & Virginia W. Berninger | pp. 61–98
Development of sensitivity to phonological context in learning to spell in English: Evidence from Russian ESL speakersNadya Dich | pp. 99–117
Consonant deletion, obligatory synharmony, typical suffixing: An explanation of spelling practices in Mayan writingDavid Mora-Marín | pp. 118–179
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