Language Awareness and Learning to Read
J. Downing, R. Valtin
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Psychology - 305 pages
During the 1970s there was a rapid increase in interest in metacognition and metalinguistics. The impetus came from linguistics, psychology, and psycho linguistics. But with rather unusual rapidity the work from these scientific dis ciplines was taken over in education. This new direction in these various areas of academic study was taken simultaneously by several different investigators. Although they had varying emphases, their work sometimes appears to be over lapping; despite this, it has been rather difficult to find a consensus. This is reflected in the varying terminology used by these independent investigators "linguistic awareness," "metacognition," "metalinguistic ability," "task aware ness," "lexical awareness," and so on. For educators these developments presented a glittering array of new ideas that promised to throw light on children's thinking processes in learning how to read. Many reading researchers and graduate students have perceived this as a new frontier for the development of theory and research. However, the variety of independent theoretical approaches and their accompanying terminologies has been somewhat confusing.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Task Awareness in the Development of Reading
Childrens Thinking About Language and Their
Cognitive Development and Units of Print in Early
How Orthography Alters Spoken Language
Other editions - View all
acquired activities adults alphabetic alphabetic principle alveolar flap analysis analyzed aspects basal readers beginning readers behavior chapter child concepts correlations developmental effect Ehri evidence experimental explain function function words Gleitman grade grade-one graphemes hypothesis influence judgments kindergarten language acquisition language awareness LARR test learner learning to read letters lexical linguistic awareness listening literacy logographic Mattingly Mattingly’s meaning memory metacognitive metalinguistic morpheme morphophonemic operativity oral language orthography percent perceptions of reading performance phonemic awareness phonemic segmentation phonetic recoding phonological preschool print awareness pronunciations psycholinguistic reading ability reading achievement reading and spelling reading and writing reading instruction reading process relationship representation responses scores semantic sentence seriation short-term memory silent letters sounds speech spoken language strategies structure subjects subskills suggests syllable symbols syntactic task awareness teachers teaching theory tion understanding units of print utterance visual vocabulary vowel written language