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

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spelled unphonetically in a way that is counter to how the child hypothesizes that the word should be written. Looking at words, even incidentally while reading, causes alterations of the orthographic image to take place until an adequate set of lexical features for each word is acquired. From this knowledge, students can spell words using sounds as well as the complex forms tied to meaning.


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