Loizidou-Ieridou, Nataly and Masterson, Jackie and Hanley, J. Richard
Spelling development in 6-11 year-old Greek-speaking Cypriot children.
Journal of Research in Reading, 33 (3).
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||The study investigated spelling development in novice spellers of Greek. Studies of literacy development in the Greek language are of interest because it is highly transparent with regard to reading but not for spelling. This is unlike English, and other ‘opaque’ alphabetic orthographies, which are irregular for both reading and spelling. Rigour - 150 primary school students, L1 Greek speakers from grades 1 to 5, were assessed on bespoke reading and spelling tasks.
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