Psychological Processes in Printed Word Recognition: Implications for the teaching of reading - Viewpoint 11
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Psychological Processes in Printed Word Recognition: Implications for the teaching of reading - Viewpoint 11

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This paper concentrates on research findings concerning the printed word recognition processes used by fluent independent readers to gain access to meaning, and how these are developed. The decision to concentrate here on a discussion of printed word recognition emphasizes that unless children develop adequate printed word recognition skills, they are unlikely to understand the texts they read: such skills are essential to accessing meaning from print.

Publisher: Institute of Education
ISBN: 9780854735266
Number of pages: 8
Weight: 204 g
Dimensions: 297 x 210 x 1 mm

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