A comparison between word and nonword reading in Down syndrome: the role of phonological awareness.

@article{Roch2008ACB,
  title={A comparison between word and nonword reading in Down syndrome: the role of phonological awareness.},
  author={Maja Roch and Christopher Jarrold},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={2008},
  volume={41 4},
  pages={305-18}
}
UNLABELLED In order to examine whether any observed relationship between phonological awareness and reading ability in Down syndrome reflects the typical use of a phonologically based approach to reading, 12 children and young adults with Down syndrome were assessed for reading and phonological awareness skills. They were compared to a control group of 14 typically developing 6- and 7-year-olds of comparable word reading abilities. Results showed that, although individuals with Down syndrome… CONTINUE READING

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