Über den Autor
Dorit Ravid is a linguist and psycholinguist working on the acquisition of Hebrew and the development of linguistic literacy at the School of Education and the Department of Communications Disorders, Tel Aviv University. She has published extensively on early and later language acquisition in Hebrew and Arabic, the nature of spelling acquisition, the development of discourse production abilities, and on language learning in special populations.
Foreword .- Introduction: A Linguist's Journey Towards Written Language .- Chapter 1: The Psycholinguistics of Spelling: Phonology and Beyond .- Chapter 2: Morphological Scaffolding in Learning to Spell: A Cross-linguistic Review .- Chapter 3: Spelling, Lexicon and Morphology .- Chapter 4: Historical and Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Hebrew .- Chapter 5: The Hebrew Phonology-orthographic Infrastructure .- Chapter 6: Morpho-orthographic Infrastructure .- Chapter 7: Root and Function Letters .- Chapter 8: The Phono-morpho-orthographic AHWY ¿¿¿"¿ Juncture .- Chapter 9: Spelling Cues in Nominals .- Chapter 10: Spelling Cues in Nominal Inflection .- Chapter 11: Spelling Cues in Verb Formation .- Chapter 12: Conclusion: The Psycholinguistics of Hebrew Spelling .- Subject index
No book has ever been written about spelling acquisition in HebrewProvides the most comprehensive and detailed model linguistically-based of Hebrew orthographyIntegrates, for the first time, linguistic insights and developmental psycholinguistic evidence for the acquisition of spellingWill serve as an indispensable guide for students, scholars, and practitioners in learning about Hebrew spelling and morphology in development