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Word Recognition in Beginning Literacy by Linnea C. Ehri, Jamie L. Metsala

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The Role of Analogies in the Development of Word Recognition

Usha Goswami

Behavioural Sciences Unit

Institute of Child Health

University College, London

Word recognition in beginning literacy poses a particular set of problems. The most important of these is how written words represent spoken words. Writing systems were invented to communicate the spoken language, and most writing systems do this systematically, by using an alphabet, a syllabary, or a set of logographs (characters, like $ or %) that convey meaning. Because English is an alphabetic language, children who are learning to read English must learn the systematic correspondences between ...

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