The nature of Arabic reading and spelling errors of young children View Full Text


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DATE

1993-12

AUTHORS

Rima Azzam

ABSTRACT

This descriptive study examined the reading and spelling errors made by children learning Arabic within a developmental framework. It was undertaken in the Middle East, and the purpose was to provide comprehensive and systematic description of the misreadings and misspellings that primary school children make. A sample of 150 Arab children, aged 6 to 11 years, were tested in reading and spelling on 50 target words embedded in sentences. The errors in reading and spelling were coded and classified in terms of linguistic types of errors. The results showed that errors in reading and spelling persisted throughout primary school, pointing to the difficulties involved in mastering the Arabic written language. Misreadings involved mainly diacritics whereas misspellings were related to context sensitive rules, additions and omissions of letters, and to handwriting problems. More... »

PAGES

355-385

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1989. Orthography and Reading of the Arabic Language in READING AND WRITING DISORDERS IN DIFFERENT ORTHOGRAPHIC SYSTEMS
  • 1982. Reading and Spelling Difficulties in THEORY AND RESEARCH IN LEARNING DISABILITIES
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