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  • Age, Orthography, And Language Maturity

    Age, Orthography, and Language Maturity Effect of age on language development, cross-linguistic influence, and orthography are one variable worthy of consideration. However, the focus of this research segregates age from language maturity, that is, we measure the orthographic understanding of the mother tongue, or first language (L1), against the second language (or additional new language). Therefore the issues that I believe need consideration are the ability for individuals to read, recognize, say or write, according to their present stage of educational development. These issues cover the motor skills, for young, disabled or elderly, and cognitive development, infants, toddlers, children, preteens, etc., up to elderly. The reason for…

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  • Recognition, Dicognition And Phonological Theory Of Dyslexia

    the next one (Sahari & Johari, 2012). Depending on how long it takes a child to decode a single word, they may have forgotten the meaning of the previous word, or did not understand the idea behind the sentence, and therefore, have to reread for meaning (Sahari & Johari, 2012). Children with dyslexia have been studied to understand how they adapt to their insufficient phonological awareness, specifically while reading. In a study pertaining to the semantic effects on word naming in children…

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  • Kamil Language Analysis

    practices as Kamil grows older, but it is also essential that Kamil can be provided with opportunities to produce Polish in the writing and reading areas. In order to support a development of Polish language, Kamil’s parents can help him translate the vocabulary words, and then ask him to incorporate the new words into comic strips or write stories using one of the mentioned websites and apps. Kamil’s parents can also support his reading fluency by listening to him read Polish texts and read…

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  • Morph Syntactic Analysis In English

    Morph syntactic Analysis: 12th Grade Male from Mexico #2 Introduction This Morph Syntactic Analysis project allowed me to explore the word formation of an ESL student. The student I examined was a twentieth grade male from Mexico. The Spanish aspects of his prior knowledge may have affected his English composition. The analysis features morphology and syntax areas of language. Noun phrases, corpus, verb phrases, verb tense, sentence composition, orthography, and other parts of speech…

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  • Analysis: Fry Word Influency

    “Orthographic development and word study instruction during the within word pattern stage helps students build on their knowledge of the sound layer of English orthography as they begin to explore the pattern layer (Bear, 2016).” To work with Mason to improve his spelling and orthographic development, I would use word study in the form of word sorts. A word sort is a word study routine in which students group words into categories. The category that I would begin with Mason is long vowel…

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  • Essay On Dyslexia

    learning disorder that severely affects language development. This impacts the ability to read and several other functions that are language based. The literal definition for Dyslexia is “the impairment of the ability to read (Webster 's New World Dictionary, 1986). It is estimated that between one-half to five percent of the population experience some of the symptoms of Dyslexia (Spofford & Grosser, 1996); and is the most prevalent type of learning disorder. The symptoms of Dyslexia do not…

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  • Our Ability To Discriminate Non-Native Phonemic Differences Case Study

    found that participants who were not exposed to the spelled forms confused /æ/ and /ε/ auditory tokens, that is, both /ε/ and /æ/ tokens triggered looks to pictures containing both /æ/ and /ε/. In contrast, participants who were exposed to the spelled forms showed an advantage in the recognition of the newly acquired words containing the /ε/ vowel. They only looked at pictures of words containing /ε/ when presented with /ε/ tokens, while they looked at pictures of words containing both /æ/ and…

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  • Reading Mastery Theory

    analyzing sentences, this program teaches comprehension so that meaning can be grasped through smaller excerpts of text and so that the author 's intentions are not missed. A great book can make someone laugh and cry, but these emotions will not necessary be felt because a reader understands the overall theme of a story. The programs encourage critical thinking skills as well as the development of background knowledge. This program begins with phonemic awareness skills, focuses on auditory…

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  • English Language Analysis Paper

    The first step in this student’s phonological development has to do with the teacher’s mentality, “Understanding the complexities of English orthography can help teachers take sensible approaches to teaching it…Teachers of writing are sometimes reluctant to correct students’ writing, students may not be receiving the kind of corrective feedback that will help them be better writers” (Fillmore & Snow 2). Part of this Teacher’s plan of action would be to mindfully correct this student’s work so…

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  • Reflection Of A Classroom Experience In School Lane Charter School

    Reflection For my field placement this semester I have been placed in School Lane Charter school located in Bensalem, PA. This charter school takes great measures in making sure their students get the best quality education. School Lane is an inclusive school, which means that students with or without disabilities are able to learn together, in the most least restrictive environment. I am placed in a first grade classroom this semester in Ms. Cameron’s room. The student who I chose to observe is…

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