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While recognising the second-language learners' reliance on English grapheme-phoneme correspondence in Years 2-4, Teacher E has also reflected upon her observation of the background students' bilingual ability to handle Pinyin and English effectively without any interference, which she concluded may be due to the phonemic awareness students have already developed implicitly by speaking Chinese as their first language prior to schooling With English being taught explicitly at school, the different approaches have allowed background students to distinguish between the strategies they should use in English versus Chinese classes.
In terms of ongoing choices about the issue of grapheme-phoneme correspondence, it is expected that with the first cohort going through the Zhuyin-Pinyin transition in 2017, we will be able to confirm whether strong phonemic awareness of Chinese can override the effects of first language transfer in a Pinyin-only environment.
The role of grapheme-phoneme correspondence in the perception of braille.
Decoding and comprehension skills in Turkish and English: Effects of regularity of grapheme-phoneme correspondences.
Grapheme-phoneme correspondence is used during braille reading by beginning readers, less-skilled readers, and skilled readers when the text is relatively difficult.
The end result of both processes is automatic word recognition, but for the whole words, it is restricted to the specific words that are learned, whereas instruction in grapheme-phoneme correspondence means that this knowledge is generalized to similar words that can be processed automatically.
By forcing attention to individual letters within the word, and with the speech feedback simultaneously provided during training, this could provide the basis for promoting appreciation of grapheme-phoneme correspondences, an ability that is not achieved by children with severe reading deficiencies.
Consequently, in the case of the dyslexics who have not acquired the necessary automatization of the grapheme-phoneme correspondences, the syllable level would be an adequate level for remediation.
Thus, as Spanish is a language with a high degree of orthographic consistency, it is expected that segmented-word units, such as phonemes and syllables, better than onset-rime units, may develop the grapheme-phoneme correspondence knowledge of RD children.
This means that individual graphemes represent a number of different phonemes in different words, and there are many exceptions to grapheme-phoneme correspondence rules.
RAIN), or could be read by using grapheme-phoneme correspondences also contained in the clue word (e.
She showed that by the time children have reached about seven years old, they do start to make analogies based on grapheme-phoneme correspondences, including both onsets and vowel digraphs (Goswami, 1993).