2016
DOI: 10.1075/tilar.20.11oza
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Phonological awareness in reading acquisition

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“…Other studies worked under the assumption that dyslexia in Turkish mainly affects reading fluency (Erden et al, 2002; Özmen, 2005; Ergül, 2012). Studies of reading in typical development focus mainly on the contribution of phonological abilities to reading and spelling acquisition both in monolingual (Öney and Durgunoğlu, 1997; Durgunoğlu, 2002; Kesikçi and Amado, 2005; Babayiğit and Stainthorp, 2010) and bilingual populations (Özdemir et al, 2012; Özata et al, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other studies worked under the assumption that dyslexia in Turkish mainly affects reading fluency (Erden et al, 2002; Özmen, 2005; Ergül, 2012). Studies of reading in typical development focus mainly on the contribution of phonological abilities to reading and spelling acquisition both in monolingual (Öney and Durgunoğlu, 1997; Durgunoğlu, 2002; Kesikçi and Amado, 2005; Babayiğit and Stainthorp, 2010) and bilingual populations (Özdemir et al, 2012; Özata et al, 2016).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%