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Towards a strong phonological theory of visual word recognition: True issues and false trails. The text clearly explains the strategies that readers of other languages develop in response to their own writing systems Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Hebrew, other alphabets, or transparent Roman alphabetic systems , contrasted with an explanation of the strategies that English readers develop in response to the opaque orthography of English, and explicates how other low-level processing strategies for L1 morphology and word formation may aid or hinder processing in English L2 reading acquisition.
A complete, balanced reading ideology should be big enough to embrace all reading theories and practices. In particular, it should be able to accommodate those researchers and teachers who find that attention to the details of language can also help students learn to read better. This book fills that gap. Pre-reading discussion and study questions are provided to stimulate interest and enhance comprehension.