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Effects of Word Type, Orthographic Type, and Word Length on Decoding and Spelling Abilities of Fourth Graders with and without Reading Impairments
(East Carolina University, 2014)
The effects of word type (real, nonsense), orthographic type (phonetic, nonphonetic), and word length (1 to 5 syllables) on the decoding and spelling abilities (accuracy) of fourth-graders with and without reading impairments ...
The effects of presentation rate on semantic, syntactic, and orthographic processing and relationship to reading fluency in children
(East Carolina University, 2011)
Reading fluency is the connection between reading decoding and reading comprehension. A child becomes fluent between second and third grade (Coltheart, 1978). However, it is unknown if fluency is strictly the result of ...