Letter names and sounds: Their implications for the phonetisation process
Almeida , Tiago;
||An experiment that examines 4 interventions' effects on the ability of children to equate their knowledge of writing as a way to codify speech and to understand that letters represent sounds that are identified in words, based on data from 50 middle-class Portuguese children between the ages of 61 and 72 months old with no prior formal teaching in reading and writing
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