1 Phonological Awareness and Reading Acquisition.- 2 Phonological Awareness: A Bridge Between Language and Literacy.- 3 Initial Enabling Knowledge and Skills in Reading Acquisition: Print Awareness and Phonological Segmentation.- 4 Inquiry into the Nature and Function of Auditory Segmenting Abilities: In Search of the Roots of Reading.- 5 Acquiring Recoding Competence: Toward a Meaning Driven Interactive Model.- 6 Phonological Awareness and Its Roles in Learning to Read and Spell.- 7 Phonological Awareness and Early Reading Ability: One Perspective.- 8 From Phonemic Awareness to Phonological Processing to Language Access in Children Developing Reading Proficiency.- 9 Epilogue.
In this volumume prominent scholars from different cultural
and linguistic backgrounds are brought together to review
the empirical studies on the ability to reflect upon and
manipulate the phonemic segments of speech, and to present
their insights on the relationship of phonological aware-
ness to the reading process.
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