Developing linguistic literacy: a comprehensive model

@article{Ravid2002DevelopingLL,
  title={Developing linguistic literacy: a comprehensive model},
  author={Dorit Ravid and Liliana Tolchinsky},
  journal={Journal of Child Language},
  year={2002},
  volume={29},
  pages={417 - 447}
}
This is a position paper modelling the domain of linguistic literacy and its development through the life span. It aims to provide a framework for the analysis of language development in the school years, integrating sociolinguistic and psycholinguistic notions of variation, language awareness, and literacy in a comprehensive model. The paper focuses on those aspects of literacy competence that are expressed in language as well as aspects of linguistic knowledge that are affected by literacy… 

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