Children's use of analogy in reading and spelling
This thesis examines the role of analogy in the development of reading and spelling. Analogy is defined as using the spelling-sound pattern of one word (e.g. 'beak') to read or spell a word which shares a common orthographic sequence (e.g. 'bean' or 'peak').
Experiment 1 shows that 6-7 year old children can use analogies when required to select the correct spellings of words which are read to them. Experiment 2 shows that children aged 5-7 years can also use analogies to read new w...Expand abstract
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- Usha C Goswami
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- This thesis was digitised thanks to the generosity of Dr Leonard Polonsky.
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