Open Journal of Modern Linguistics

Open Journal of Modern Linguistics

ISSN Print: 2164-2818
ISSN Online: 2164-2834
www.scirp.org/journal/ojml/
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"Spelling Errors’ Analysis of Regular and Dyslexic Bilingual Arabic-English Students"
written by Salim Abu-Rabia, Rana Sammour,
published by Open Journal of Modern Linguistics, Vol.3 No.1, 2013
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[8] Efficacy of a visuomotor‐based intervention for children with reading and spelling disabilities: a pilot study
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[9] Determinants of spelling proficiency in hearing and deaf graduate students: The presentation of medial glottal stop
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[10] A psycholinguistic analysis on learning disability of a dyslexic in novel “My Name Is Brain Brian” by Jeanne Betancourt
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[11] Investigating the perception and production of the Arabic pharyngealised sounds by L2 learners of Arabic
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[12] Le rôle de la conscience phonologique dans l'apprentissage de la lecture en français langue seconde par les enfants arabophones: comparaison entre lecteurs …
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[13] Spelling Errors among Arab English Speakers
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[14] Interdépendance entre la Mémoire de Travail et la Conscience Phonologique dans l'apprentissage de la Lecture
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[15] Enhancing L2 learners' perception and production of the Arabic emphatic sounds
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[16] Bilingualism and reading difficulties: an exploration in episodic and semantic memory
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[17] Development of an Arabic Continuous Text Near Acuity Chart
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[18] “She Doesn't Have the Basic Understanding of a Language”: Using Spelling Research to Challenge Deficit Conceptualizations of Adolescent Bilinguals
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[19] 英语中的省音对小学生单词拼写的影响及对策
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[20] Learning to read in Arabic
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[21] Learning to read Arabic
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[22] COGNITIVE AND LINGUISTIC FACTORS OF READING ARABIC: THE ROLE OF MORPHOLOGICAL AWARENESS IN READING
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[23] Toward developing a standardized Arabic continuous text reading chart
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[24] Towards a New Arabic Corpus of Dyslexic Texts
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[25] An investigation of Omani grade six EFL learners' most frequent writing errors and teachers' views of the seriousness of these errors
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[26] Assessment of Arabic phonological awareness and its relation to word reading ability
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[27] Phonological and Cognitive Reading Related Skills as Predictors of Word Reading and Reading Comprehension among Arabic Dyslexic Children
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[28] A Corpus-Based Study on the Influence of Ethnic Language on Zhuang English Learners in China
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[29] The Effect of Learning English (L2) on Learning of Arabic Literacy (L1) in the Primary School
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[30] The Effect of Learning English (L2) on Learning of Arabic Literacy (L1) in the Primary School.
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[31] A tale of one letter: Morphological processing in early Arabic spelling
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[32] The Acquisition of the English Article System by Libyan Learners of English: A Comparison
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[33] The Acquisition of the English Article System by Libyan Learners of English: A Comparison between Deductive Teaching and Textual Enhanced Input Strategies
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