Crossover: the role of morphological awareness in French immersion children's reading.

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Achieving biliteracy is a remarkable accomplishment, and it is important to understand the range of factors that permit its successful realization. The authors investigated a factor known to affect reading in monolingual children that has received little attention in the second-language literature: morphological awareness. The researchers tracked the… (More)

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@article{Deacon2007CrossoverTR, title={Crossover: the role of morphological awareness in French immersion children's reading.}, author={S. H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Deacon and Lesly Wade-Woolley and John R. Kirby}, journal={Developmental psychology}, year={2007}, volume={43 3}, pages={732-46} }