Spelling-to-Sound Correspondences for Reading vs. Sound-to-Spelling Correspondences for Writing [microform] / Bruce Cronnell
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- Cronnell, Bruce
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- [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1971
- 9 p.
Differences between spelling-to-sound correspondences for reading and sound-to-spelling correspondences for writing are discussed in terms of the characteristics of and the relationships between stimuli and responses. While dialect variation can be accommodated in reading, it cannot be accommodated in spelling, where no response variation is permitted. Correspondences are not generally reversible, and complementary correspondences differ in complexity. Implications for the design of a spelling component within a unified communication skills program are presented. (Author)
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- Southwest Regional Educational Lab., Inglewood, CA
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