Creative Education

Creative Education

ISSN Print: 2151-4755
ISSN Online: 2151-4771
www.scirp.org/journal/ce
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"Reading in Arabic: New Evidence for the Role of Vowel Signs"
written by Raphiq Ibrahim,
published by Creative Education, Vol.4 No.4, 2013
has been cited by the following article(s):
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[2] Visual and orthographic processing in Arabic word recognition among dyslexic and typical readers
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[3] The Phonological And Morphological Adaptations Of The Arabic Loanwords In The Indonesian Language
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[4] Arabic Diacritics and Their Role in Facilitating Reading Speed, Accuracy, and Comprehension by English L2 Learners of Arabic
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[5] The Role of Short Vowels in Reading Arabic: A Critical
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[6] Written training tasks are better than oral training tasks at improving L2 learners' speech production
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[7] Reading text with and without diacritics alters brain activation: The case of Arabic
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[8] Female visibility/representation in Saudi Arabia: a critical multimodal/discourse analysis of the 2013 IKEA catalogue and press discourses on Saudi Arabia
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[9] The Role of Short Vowels in Reading Arabic: A Critical Literature Review
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[10] The Role of Short Vowels in Arabic Listening Comprehension
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[11] Cognitive Predictors of Reading Acquisition in Arabic: A Pilot Study Using an Arabic Versionof the Cognitive Assessment System-on a Sample of Egyptian Children
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[12] Science Literacy in Saudi Arabia through Language Analysis of a Secondary School Physics textbook
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[13] The Role of Diacritics in Word Recognition and their Impact on Arabic L2 Learners' Reading Speed, Accuracy, and Comprehension at Different Stages of Arabic L2 …
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[14] Statistical learning and orthographic preferences among native Arab kindergarten and first graders
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[15] Another look at the role of vowel letters in word reading in L2 English among native Korean readers
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[16] Diacritics and the Resolution of Ambiguity in Reading Arabic
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[17] Arabic Handwritten Characters Recognition Using Support Vector Machine, Normalized Central Moments, and Local Binary Patterns
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[18] Learning to read Arabic
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[19] Visual word recognition and vowelization in Arabic: new evidence from lexical decision task performances
Cognitive Processing, 2017
[20] Learning to read in Arabic
2017
[21] Reading Arabic with the diacritics for short vowels: vowelised but not necessarily easy to read
Writing Systems Research, 2017
[22] A preliminary study of the technical use of Arabic in Saudi secondary physics classes
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[23] Automatic minimal diacritization of Arabic texts
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[24] Short vowels versus word familiarity in the reading comprehension of arab readers: A revisited ıssue
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[25] Arabic in Home Language Instruction: Language Acquisition in a Fuzzy Linguistic Situation
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[26] The effect of printed word attributes on Arabic reading
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[27] The Development of Reading and Spelling in Arabic Orthography: Two Parallel Processes?
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[28] Short Vowels Versus Word Familiarity in the Reading Comprehension of Arab Readers: A Revisited Issue
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[29] The Impact of Diglossia on Voweled and Unvoweled Word Reading in Arabic: A Developmental Study From Childhood to Adolescence
Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants, 2016
[30] Diacritics improve comprehension of the Arabic script by providing access to the meanings of heterophonic homographs
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[31] Deep and shallow in Arabic orthography: New evidence from reading performance of elementary school native Arab readers
International Journal of Hyperthermia, 2016
[32] Language and thought in Egypt's schools today: what does Arabic mean to Arabic native speakers? A literature review
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[33] Norms for name agreement, familiarity, subjective frequency, and imageability for 348 object names in Tunisian Arabic
Behavior Research Methods, 2015
[34] Effectiveness of a Phonological Awareness Training for Arabic Disabled Reading Children: Insights on Metalinguistic Benefits
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[35] A calligraphic based scheme to justify Arabic text improving readability and comprehension
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