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Scripts and Literacy
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2012

Scripts and Literacy

Reading and Learning to Read Alphabets, Syllabaries and Characters

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978-94-010-4506-3
9789401045063
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7ED766Y
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28.12.2021
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Literacy is a concern of all nations of the world, whether they be classified as developed or undeveloped. A person must be able to read and write in order to function adequately in society, and reading and writing require a script. But what kinds of scripts are in use today, and how do they influence the acquisition, use and spread of literacy? Scripts and Literacy is the first book to systematically explore how the nature of a script affects how it is read and how one learns to read and write it. It reveals the similarities underlying the world's scripts and the features that distinguish how they are read.
Scholars from different parts of the world describe several different scripts, e.g. Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian Amerindian -- and how they are learned. Research data and theories are presented.
This book should be of primary interest to educators and researchers in reading and writing around the world.
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Stichwörter
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English
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cognition
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first language
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second language
Zielgruppe
Research
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Preface. 1. An introduction to reading the world's scripts; I. Taylor, D.R. Olson. Part I: Optional and Optimal Scripts. 2. Scripts and writing systems: a historical perspective; A. Gaur. 3. Optimal orthographies; H. Rogers. 4. Logographic and semasiographic writing systems: a critique of Sampson's classification; J.M. Unger, J. DeFrancis. 5. The Cree syllabary and the writing system riddle: a paradigm in crisis; S. McCarthy. 6. Developing orthographies: the Athapaskan languages of the Northwest Territories, Canada; K.D. Rice. 7. Orthography and reading in Kannada -- a Dravidian language; P. Prakash, R. Malatesha Joshi. Part II: Reading Processes for Different Scripts. 8. How English is read: grapheme-phoneme regularity and orthographic structure in word recognition; R.L. Venezky. 9. Getting at the sound and meaning of logographic and alphabetic scripts; R. Hoosain. 10. Script factors that affect literacy: alphabetic vs. logographic languages; In-Mao Liu. 11. Orthographic and psycholinguistic considerations in developing literacy in Chinese; Che Kan Leong. 12. Differential processing of content words and function words: Chinese characters vs. phonetic scripts; I. Taylor, Kwonsaeng Park. Part III: Early Stage of Learning to Read. 13. Teaching Japanese toddlers to read Kanji and Kana; M.T. Steinberg. 14. Asymmetries between reading and writing for Japanese children; J. Yamada. 15. Reading disabilities in Japan: implications from the study of hemisphere functioning; T. Hatta, T. Hirose. 16. Writing systems and acquisition of reading in American, Chinese, and Japanese first-graders; Shin-Ying Lee, D.H. Uttal, Chuansheng Chen. 17. Brahmi scripts, orthographic units and reading acquisition; P.G. Patel. 18. Orthographic and cognitive processing in learning to read English and Hebrew; E. Geva. Part IV: Cognitive and Metalinguistic Implications of Learning to Read. 19. Script directionality affects nonlinguistic performance: evidence from Hindi and Urdu; J. Vaid. 20. Cognitive consequences of L1 and L2 orthographies; K. Koda. 21. Lexical representation of script variation: evidence from Korean biscriptals; Kwonsaeng Park, J. Vaid. 22. Syllabic literacy and cognitive performance among the Cree and Ojibwe people of Northern Canada; J.W. Berry, J.A. Bennett. 23. Orthography, vision, and phonemic awareness; R.J. Scholes. Index.
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Niederlande
20.10.2012
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Englisch
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Softcover
389 Seiten
24 cm
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16 cm
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2.1 cm
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637 g
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