Is there an educational role for phonological processes other than phonemic awareness? | kerry.hempenstall@rmit.edu.au (Kerry Hempenstall)

Is there an educational role for phonological processes other than phonemic awareness?

Kerry Hempenstall 24/3/2017

Education is frequently criticised for remaining insufficiently attentive to the results of scientific research into teaching and learning (Carnine, 1995, 2000; Hempenstall, 1996; National Research Council, 2002: Stanovich & Stanovich, 2003). A defence, raised by some in the profession, has been that it is not immediately evident how the results of experimental studies can be transposed successfully to the classroom (Fister & Kemp, 1993). Besides, the argument…

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