Written Language & Literacy 23:1
[Written Language & Literacy, 23:1] 2020. iii, 131 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
“It’s written niisto but it sounds like knee stew.”: Handling multiple orthographies in Blackfoot language web resourcesInge Genee | pp. 1–28
The impact of story grammar instruction and text difficulty on students’ skill in summarizing narrativesEsther Hellmann & Linnea C. Ehri | pp. 29–58
Connective frequencies in child-directed texts: A corpus analysis in comparison to theorized orders of connective acquisition and to connective frequencies in adult-directed textsAgnes E. J. M. Tellings & Bart Penning de Vries | pp. 59–91
Comprehension and metacomprehension of negated text: Is retrieval practice beneficial for understanding?Sara J. Margolin & Timothy Brackins | pp. 92–108
Factors affecting L2 phonological awareness in Chinese-Dutch preschoolersHan Yuan, Eliane Segers & Ludo Verhoeven | pp. 109–128
Dominic Wyse. 2017. How Writing Works. From the Invention of the Alphabet to the Rise of Social MediaReviewed by S. Borgwaldt | pp. 129–131
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