From graphemes to morphemes: An alternative way to improve skills in children with dyslexia

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Abstract

This contribute provides a review of the main research data and models that can guide training interventions in the case of reading difficulties. In particular, the paper is focused on evidence concerning the role of morphemic constituents in word recognition and reading aloud. Data from children with and without dyslexia show the usefulness of morphemic parsing to improve fluency and comprehension. The results are interpreted in the light of Grainger & Ziegler’s (2011) proposal. It can be considered an interesting framework to model reading processes, as it offers an integrate view of reading acquisition, in which even morphological awareness can play an important role along with orthographic and phonological components. Some examples of training interventions aimed at improving the use of morphemic constituents in children with reading difficulties are presented and discussed.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)163-185
Numero di pagine23
RivistaREVISTA DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN LOGOPEDIA
Volume2
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2012

Keywords

  • Adquisición de la lectura
  • Modelos de lectura
  • Morfología
  • morphology
  • reading acquisition
  • reading models

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