Written Language & Literacy 15:1
[Written Language & Literacy, 15:1] 2012. iii, 146 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
The development of structural characteristics of Brahmi script in derivative writing systemsLiudmila L. Fedorova | pp. 1–25
Identifying graphematic units: Vowel and consonant lettersKristian Berg | pp. 26–45
The relation between spelling and pronunciation: The case of French and the phonological variation /e/ ~ /ε/ in different French dialectsCatherine Brissaud, Carole Fisher & Isabelle Negro | pp. 46–64
How adolescents with dyslexia dysorthographia use textingAurélie Simoës-Perlant, Marie-Pierre Thibault, Tonia Lanchantin, Céline Combes, Olga Volckaert-Legrier & Pierre Largy | pp. 65–79
Grain-size units of phonological awareness among Russian first gradersEugenia Kerek & Pekka Niemi | pp. 80–113
Linguistic landscape and heritage language literacy education: A case study of linguistic rescaling in Philadelphia ChinatownGenevieve Y. Leung & Ming-Hsuan Wu | pp. 114–140
Book Review: David R. Olson and Nancy Torrance (eds.). The Cambridge Handbook of Literacy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009. Pp xxi, 601.Anneke Neijt | pp. 141–144
Viv Edwards. Learning to be Literate. Multilingual Perspectives. Bristol, Buffalo, and Toronto: Multilingual Matters, 2009. Pp ix, 142.Susanne R. Borgwaldt | pp. 145–147
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