Implicit phonological awareness and early reading development in prelingually deaf children.

@article{Harris1998ImplicitPA,
  title={Implicit phonological awareness and early reading development in prelingually deaf children.},
  author={Margaret Harris and John Beech},
  journal={Journal of deaf studies and deaf education},
  year={1998},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={205-16}
}
This article reports on a longitudinal study of reading progress in a group of five-year-old deaf children and a group of hearing controls. All children were prereaders at the beginning of the study and the IQ of the two groups were matched. The deaf children varied considerably on a number of measures, including implicit phonological awareness, oral ability, and familiarity with British Sign Language and fingerspelling. Overall, the deaf children made significantly less reading progress than… CONTINUE READING
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