Development of Orthographic Knowledge and the Foundations of Literacy: A Memorial Festschrift for Edmund H. Henderson

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teaching applications of the research findings. What this might say is that we, in the reading field, should begin to pay more attention to the observations of master teachers. I would second that motion. However, I do not believe that I have been "chasing my tail" over these years of doing concept of word research. It is true that I, the teacher, saw clearly the phenomenon I was attempting to research long before I had data that would support its existence. However, over time spent teaching children, and thinking, reading, and writing about a "developmental concept of word," I, personally, have come to appreciate its centrality in understanding the beginning reading process. Whether a research design can ever ferret out its unique contribution, I do not know. I do know that a theoretical grasp of this concept can inform the act of teaching beginning readers.


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