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Alternative TitleCorrelations of Phonological Awareness with Word Reading Ability Among Bilingual Chinese Children
闫嵘; 俞国良; 张磊
Source Publication心理科学
Abstract通过平行语音和词汇加工任务,对64名双语儿童英汉两种语言语音意识和词汇认读能力进行了双向测查。结果表明:双语儿童在两种语言不同语音意识和词汇认读之间存在跨语言的多重相关; 在对其英语和汉语词汇认读能力的预测中,汉语音节辨认和英语音素识别均为重要的指标,表明语音意识对词汇认读能力具有跨语言的双向预测作用。
Keyword语音意识 词汇认读 双语儿童
Subject Area心理语言学 ; 教育心理学
Funding Project国家自然科学基金项目(30270472) 资助
NoteA set of parallel phonological and word reading tasks of various levels were administered to 64 bilingual Chinese children (L1 : Mandarin; L2 : English) in an early partial-English-immersion program for the purpose of examining the cross-language transfer of phonological awareness between logographic (Chinese) and alphabetic ( English) languages. The results indicate that significant correlations exist among phonological and word reading tasks across both languages. Chinese syllable identification and English phoneme recognition are two important predictors to both English and Chinese word reading abilities, providing more evidences for the hypothesis of cross-language transfer among bilingual children.
Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding Author闫嵘
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闫嵘,俞国良,张磊. 双语儿童语音意识与词汇认读关系的研究[J]. 心理科学,2005,28(2):304-307.
APA 闫嵘,俞国良,&张磊.(2005).双语儿童语音意识与词汇认读关系的研究.心理科学,28(2),304-307.
MLA 闫嵘,et al."双语儿童语音意识与词汇认读关系的研究".心理科学 28.2(2005):304-307.
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