Written Language & Literacy 12:1
[Written Language & Literacy, 12:1] 2009. 163 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Developing a depersonalized stance through linguistic means in typologically different languages: Written expository discourseHarriet Jisa & Liliana Tolchinsky | pp. 1–25
Developmental trajectories in mastery of paragraphing: Towards a model of developmentDebra Myhill | pp. 26–51
Literacy predictors and early reading and spelling skills as a factor of orthography: Cross-linguistic evidenceElena Zaretsky, Jelena Kuvac Kraljevic, Cynthia Core & Mirjana Lencek | pp. 52–81
Similarities and differences of Luxembourgish and Romanophone 12 year olds’ spelling strategies in German and in FrenchSylvie Bodé, Joyce Serres & Sonja Ugen | pp. 82–96
Can secondary pupils train decoding skills? An empirical study on phonological reading errorsChristina Noack | pp. 97–115
Letter and grapheme perception in English and DutchPatrick Bolger, Susanne R. Borgwaldt & Emőke Jakab | pp. 116–139
Visual Crowding and the tone orthography of African languagesDavid Roberts | pp. 140–155
Peter Unseth. 2008. International Journal of the Sociology of LanguageReviewed by Bridget Goodman | pp. 157–158
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