Developmental Orthography

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Philip Luelsdorff's highly original approach to the grammar of orthography is to analyse in detail how German pupils learn about written English. In this collection of essays and experiments we are presented with the rich finds of a decade of programmatic research. The context is set with an exposition of current cognitive models of reading and spelling. Cognitive psychology and psycholinguistics meet in Luelsdorff's concept of linguistic error. This concept forms the basis from which it is possible to derive the grammar that governs our largely unconscious and vast knowledge of written words. It is proper to talk about a grammar for both orthographic and syntactic aspects of language. This is because spelling knowledge is not piecemeal or erratic but bears all the hallmarks of a system. Through second language orthography the author is showing us a new view of this advanced stage of spelling knowledge and its acquisition. This view is exciting because it seems now possible to form very detailed hypotheses as regards first language spelling about the order in which purely orthographic knowledge is developed.
[Not in series, 51]  1991.  xii, 258 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
v
Preface
ix
Introduction by Uta Frith
xiii
1. English vowel spellings
1
2. A formal approach to error taxonomy
Wojciech Buszkowski and Philip A. Luelsdorff
19
3. Processing strategies in bilingual spellers
39
4. Bilingual intralinguistic orthographic interference
57
5. The complexity hypothesis and graphemic ambiguity
Philip A. Luelsdorff and E. Ann Eyland
69
6. The complexity hypothesis and morphemic spelling
87
7. Psycholinguistic determinants of orthography acquisition
Philip A. Luelsdorff and E. Ann Eyland
109
8. Developmental morphographemics
Philip A. Luelsdorff and E. Ann Eyland
135
9. Orthographic complexity and orthography acquisition
161
10. A psycholinguistic model of the bilingual speller
Philip A. Luelsdorff and E. Ann Eyland
187
11. Developmental orthography
217
Index of Names
247
Index of Subjects
249
References
263
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Subjects

Linguistics

Writing and literacy
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  91007333 | Marc record