Teaching Children to Segment Spoken Words as an Aid to Learning to Read

Skjelfjord, Vebjorn J.
May 1976
Journal of Learning Disabilities;May1976, Vol. 9 Issue 5
Academic Journal
Investigates the impact of teaching segmented spoken words on the reading ability of preschool children in Oslo, Norway. Children's segmentation of words during pretesting; Reliance on articulatory information in analyzing words; Grouping of segments according to differences and similarities.


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