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Title Morphological Processing and Literacy Development : Current Issues and Research / edited by Rachel Berthiaume, Daniel Daigle and Alain Desrochers.

Published Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, 2018.


Location Call No. Status
Edition First edition.
Physical description 1 online resource (296 pages) : 32 illustrations, text file, PDF
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword -- Kenn Apel -- Preface -- Rachel Berthiaume, Daniel Daigle & Alain Desrochers -- PART I. Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Morphological Processing -- Chapter 1. A Linguistic Analysis of Word Morphology -- Laura M. Gonnerman -- Chapter 2. Psycholinguistic Studies of Word Morphology and their Implications for Models of the Mental Lexicon and Lexical Processing -- Laurie Beth Feldman and Petar Milin -- Chapter 3. Morphological Processing Tasks and Measurement Issues -- Rachel Berthiaume, Amlie Bourcier and Daniel Daigle -- PART II. Morphological Knowledge and Processes -- Chapter 4. The Acquisition of Inflectional Morphology in Children -- Catherine Maynard, Catherine Brissaud and Franoise Armand -- Chapter 5. The Acquisition of Derivational Morphology in Children -- Anila Fejzo, Alain Desrochers and S. Hlne Deacon -- Chapter 6. A Cross-Linguistic Analysis of the Role of Morphology in Reading Development -- Lynne G. Duncan -- Chapter 7. The Role of Morphology in Second Language Reading -- Sverine Casalis and Eva Commissaire -- Chapter 8. The Role of Morphology in Literacy Acquisition in Children with Dyslexia -- Pauline Qumart and Sverine Casalis -- Chapter 9. The Role of Morphology in Spelling Development -- Marie-Catherine St-Pierre -- PART III: Implications for Educational Practices -- Chapter 10. The Effects of Morphological Instruction on Vocabulary Learning, Reading, and Spelling -- John R. Kirby and Peter N. Bowers -- Chapter 11. Classroom Practices in Morphological Instruction -- Daniel Daigle, Rachel Berthiaume, Nomia Ruberto and Julie A. Wolter.
Summary Synthesizing a range of studies on morphological processing from the past 30 years, this edited collection presents the current state of knowledge on morphological processing and defines classroom practices to help students conceptualise the role of morphology in reading, spelling, and vocabulary development. Research has increasingly indicated the importance of morphological tasks in relation to reading, spelling, and vocabulary acquisition in the classroom. Chapter authors present the theoretical considerations guiding morphological processing research to date, address the use of morphology with reference to different populations of learners, and propose effective and innovative instructional strategies for integrating morphology in the classroom.
Other formats Also available in print format.
Other author Berthiaume, Rachel, editor.
Daigle, Daniel, editor.
Desrochers, Alain, editor.
Taylor and Francis.
Subject English language -- Morphology.
English language -- Study and teaching.
Language acquisition.
EDUCATION / Educational Psychology.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Morphology.
Alain Desrochers.
Daniel Daigle.
literacy development.
morphological awareness.
morphological processing.
morphological tasks.
morphology and reading disabilities.
Rachel Berthiaume.
reading comprehension.
reading development.
second language learning.
spelling development.
teaching morphology.
vocabulary acquisition.
vocabulary development.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781315229140(e-book : PDF)