Linguistic pattern analysis of misspellings of typically developing writers in grades 1-9.

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PURPOSE A mixed-methods approach, evaluating triple word-form theory, was used to describe linguistic patterns of misspellings. METHOD Spelling errors were taken from narrative and expository writing samples provided by 888 typically developing students in Grades 1-9. Errors were coded by category (phonological, orthographic, and morphological) and… (More)
DOI: 10.1044/1092-4388(2012/10-0335)

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@article{Bahr2012LinguisticPA, title={Linguistic pattern analysis of misspellings of typically developing writers in grades 1-9.}, author={Ruth Huntley Bahr and Elaine R Sillian and Virginia W. Berninger and Michael G T Dow}, journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR}, year={2012}, volume={55 6}, pages={1587-99} }