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Title Foundations of reading acquisition and dyslexia : implications for early intervention / edited by Benita A. Blachman.
Imprint Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1997.

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Subject Reading -- Congresses.
Dyslexic children -- Education -- Congresses.
Dyslexia -- Congresses.
Reading -- Remedial teaching -- Congresses.
Word recognition -- Congresses.
English language -- Orthography and spelling -- Congresses.
Alt Name Blachman, Benita A.
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 463 pages) : illustrations
Note "The chapters in this volume are based on presentations made at a conference on 'Cognitive and Linguistic Foundations of Reading Acquisition: Implications for Intervention and Research.' The conference was sponsored by the National Dyslexia Research Foundation (NDRF) and held in Kauai, Hawaii, from May 27 to June 1, 1995"--Preface.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Note Print version record.
Contents How theories of speech affect research in reading and writing / Alvin M. Liberman -- Ability to encode phonological representations: an underlying difficulty of poor readers / Susan Amanda Brady -- The role of temporal processing in developmental language-based learning disorders: research and clinical implications / Paula Tallal [and others] -- A provisional, integrative account of phonological and naming-speed dificits in dyslexia: implications for diagnosis and intervention / Maryanne Wolf -- Subtypes of dyslexia: an old problem revisited / Jack M. Fletcher [and others] -- Subtypes of developmental dyslexia: differences in phonological and orthographic coding / Keith E. Stanovich [and others].
A cross-linguistic study of early literacy acquisition / Maggie Bruck, Fred Genesee, and Marketa Caravolas -- Sight word learning in normal readers and dyslexics / Linnea C. Ehri -- Spelling in normal children and dyslexics / Rebecca Treiman -- Children's understanding of the connection between grammar and spelling / Peter E. Bryant, Terezinha Nunes, and Miriam Bindman -- The case for early reading intervention / Barbara R. Foorman [and others] -- Assessing the child's and the environment's contribution to reading acquisition: what we know and what we don't know / Brian Byrne [and others] -- Approaches to the prevention and remediation of phonologically based reading disabilities / Joseph K. Torgesen, Richard K. Wagner, and Carol A. Rashotte.
The Etiology and remediation of phonologically based word recognition and spelling disabilities: are phonological deficits the "hole" story? / Richard K. Olson [and others] -- The use of rime-based orthographic analogy training as an intervention strategy for reading-disabled children / Keith R. Greaney, William E, Tunmer, and James W. Chapman -- Toward distinguishing between cognitive and experiential deficits as primary sources of difficulty in learning to read: the importance of early intervention in diagnosing specific reading disability / Frank R. Vellutino, Donna M. Scanlon, and Edward R. Sipay -- Closing the gap on reading failure: social background, phonemic awareness, and learning to read / Tom Nicholson -- Early intervention and phonological awareness: a cautionary tale / Benita A. Blachman.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
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ISBN 0585223211 (electronic bk.)
9780585223216 (electronic bk.)
080582362X (cloth ; alk. paper)
0805823638 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9780805823622 (cloth ; alk. paper)
9780805823639 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9781410601230 (electronic bk.)
1410601234 (electronic bk.)
9781135689520 (e-book)
1135689520
OCLC # 45732009
Additional Format Print version: Foundations of reading acquisition and dyslexia. Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbaum Associates, 1997 080582362X (DLC) 96053068 (OCoLC)36085096
Table of Contents
 Preface 
 Acknowledgments 
 List of Contributors 
ITheoretical Foundations1
 1How Theories of Speech Affect Research in Reading and Writing / Alvin M. Liberman3
 2Ability to Encode Phonological Representations: An Underlying Difficulty of Poor Readers / Susan Amanda Brady21
 3The Role of Temporal Processing in Developmental Language-Based Learning Disorders: Research and Clinical Implications / Paula Tallal, Steven L. Miller, William M. Jenkins [et al.]49
 4A Provisional, Integrative Account of Phonological and Naming-Speed Deficits in Dyslexia: Implications for Diagnosis and Intervention / Maryanne Wolf67
IISubtypes of Dyslexia93
 5Subtypes of Dyslexia: An Old Problem Revisited / Jack M. Fletcher, Robin Morris, G. Reid Lyon [et al.]95
 6Subtypes of Developmental Dyslexia: Differences in Phonological and Orthographic Coding / Keith E. Stanovich, Linda S. Siegel, Alexandra Gottardo [et al.]115
IIIBeginning to Read and Spell143
 7A Cross-Linguistic Study of Early Literacy Acquisition / Maggie Bruck, Fred Genesee, Marketa Caravolas145
 8Sight Word Learning in Normal Readers and Dyslexics / Linnea C. Ehri163
 9Spelling in Normal Children and Dyslexics / Rebecca Treiman191
 10Children's Understanding of the Connection Between Grammar and Spelling / Peter E. Bryant, Terezinha Nunes, Miriam Bindman219
IVImplications for Intervention241
 11The Case for Early Reading Intervention / Barbara R. Foorman, David J. Francis, Sally E. Shaywitz [et al.]243
 12Assessing the Child's and the Environment's Contribution to Reading Acquisition: What We Know and What We Don't Know / Brian Byrne, Ruth Fielding-Barnsley, Luise Ashley [et al.]265
 13Approaches to the Prevention and Remediation of Phonologically Based Reading Disabilities / Joseph K. Torgesen, Richard K. Wagner, Carol A. Rashotte287
 14The Etiology and Remediation of Phonologically Based Word Recognition and Spelling Disabilities: Are Phonological Deficits the "Hole" Story? / Richard K. Olson, Barbara Wise, Mina C. Johnson [et al.]305
 15The Use of Rime-Based Orthographic Analogy Training as an Intervention Strategy for Reading-Disabled Children / Keith T. Greaney, William E. Tunmer, James W. Chapman327
 16Toward Distinguishing Between Cognitive and Experiential Deficits as Primary Sources of Difficulty in Learning to Read: The Importance of Early Intervention in Diagnosing Specific Reading Disability / Frank R. Vellutino, Donna M. Scanlon, Edward R. Sipay347
 17Closing the Gap on Reading Failure: Social Background, Phonemic Awareness, and Learning to Read / Tom Nicholson381
 18Early Intervention and Phonological Awareness: A Cautionary Tale / Benita A. Blachman409
 Author Index431
 Subject Index443


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