Symposium: Nonword and irregular word reading in young children

Anna Cunningham, Daisy Powell, Laura R. Shapiro, Janet Vousden

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    In 2012, a Year 1 phonics screening check (including 20 nonwords and 20 regular words) was introduced for all six-year olds in the UK. Talks 1 and 2 present evidence that irregular word reading has declined and nonword reading has improved as a consequence. Second, we look at how different cognitive skills are involved in the two types of reading. The dual-route theory hypothesizes two separate routes for reading nonwords/regular words (phonological recoding route) and irregular words (lexical route). Talks 3 and 4 investigate the predictors of lexical and phonological reading respectively.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - Mar 2016
    EventBritish Dyslexia Association International Conference - Oxford, United Kingdom
    Duration: 10 Mar 201612 Mar 2016

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    ConferenceBritish Dyslexia Association International Conference
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityOxford
    Period10/03/1612/03/16

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    Cunningham, A., Powell, D., Shapiro, L. R., & Vousden, J. (2016). Symposium: Nonword and irregular word reading in young children. Paper presented at British Dyslexia Association International Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.

    Symposium: Nonword and irregular word reading in young children. / Cunningham, Anna; Powell, Daisy; Shapiro, Laura R.; Vousden, Janet.

    2016. Paper presented at British Dyslexia Association International Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.

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    Cunningham, A, Powell, D, Shapiro, LR & Vousden, J 2016, 'Symposium: Nonword and irregular word reading in young children' Paper presented at British Dyslexia Association International Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom, 10/03/16 - 12/03/16, .
    Cunningham A, Powell D, Shapiro LR, Vousden J. Symposium: Nonword and irregular word reading in young children. 2016. Paper presented at British Dyslexia Association International Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.
    Cunningham, Anna ; Powell, Daisy ; Shapiro, Laura R. ; Vousden, Janet. / Symposium: Nonword and irregular word reading in young children. Paper presented at British Dyslexia Association International Conference, Oxford, United Kingdom.
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