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Spelling and word recognition in Grades 1 and 2: Relations to phonological awareness and naming speed in Dutch children

2010-01-05 22:32 来源: 作者:WIM G. M. VERHAGENa1 c1, COR A. J. AARNOUTSEa2 and JAN F. J. VAN LEEUWEa2 网友评论 0 条 浏览次数 9110
a1 De Bouwsteen School for Special Education

a2 Radboud University Nijmegen

 

 

The influences of early phonological awareness and naming speed on Dutch children's later word spelling were investigated in a longitudinal study. Phonological awareness and naming speed predicted spelling in early Grade 1, later Grade 1, and later Grade 2. Phonological awareness, however, predominated over naming speed for the prediction of early Grade 1 spelling. Comparison of the present results with those from an earlier study of children's word recognition using the same dataset and also structural equation modeling showed word recognition speed at the ends of Grades 1 and 2 in the earlier study to be uniquely predicted by early naming speed. Nonetheless, naming speed may measure almost the same in word recognition and word spelling accuracy.

(Received December 12 2007)

(Accepted March 21 2009)

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c1 ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE Wim G. M. Verhagen, Jacob Catslaan 13, Capelle a/d IJssel 2902AG, The Netherlands. E-mail: w.g.verhagen@hetnet.nl

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