Beginning to read in Turkish: A phonologically transparent orthography

@inproceedings{Oney1997BeginningTR,
  title={Beginning to read in Turkish: A phonologically transparent orthography},
  author={Banu Oney and Aydin Y{\"u}cesan Durgunoğlu},
  year={1997}
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate early literacy acquisition in a phonologically transparent orthography with regular letter-sound correspondences. It was considered that Turkish, with its systematic phonological and orthographic structure, would make different demands on the beginning reader than the languages used in many of the previous studies of literacy acquisition. First grade children were assessed using tests of phonological awareness, letter recognition, word and pseudoword… CONTINUE READING

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