The Use of Morphological Knowledge in Spelling Derived Forms by Learning-disabled and Normal Students

@inproceedings{Carlislet2009TheUO,
  title={The Use of Morphological Knowledge in Spelling Derived Forms by Learning-disabled and Normal Students},
  author={Joanne F. Carlislet},
  year={2009}
}
  • Joanne F. Carlislet
  • Published 2009
Currently popular systems for classification of spelling words or errors emphasize the learning of phoneme-grapheme correspondences and memorization of irregular words, but do not take into account the morphophonemic nature of the English language. This study is based on the premise that knowledge of the morphological rules of derivational morphology is acquired developmentally and is related to the spelling abilities of both normal and learning-disabled (LD) students. It addresses three issues… CONTINUE READING

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