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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the United Kingdom Reading Association

Volume 34, Number 1, February 2011

What we have learned from ‘learning to read in more than one language’
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Deacon, Hélène; Cain, Kate

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Rapid naming speed components and reading comprehension in bilingual children
pp. 6-22(17)
Authors: Li, Miao; Kirby, John; Georgiou, George K.

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Cross-language transfer of morphological awareness in Chinese–English bilinguals
pp. 23-42(20)
Authors: Pasquarella, Adrian; Chen, Xi; Lam, Katie; Luo, Yang C.; Ramirez, Gloria

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Cross-language transfer of orthographic processing skills: a study of French children who learn English at school
pp. 59-76(18)
Authors: Commissaire, Eva; Duncan, Lynne G.; Casalis, Séverine

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Predicting bilingual Spanish–English children's phonological awareness abilities from their preschool English and Spanish oral language
pp. 77-93(17)
Authors: Scarpino, Shelley E.; Lawrence, Frank R.; Davison, Megan D.; Hammer, Carol S.

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The role of phoneme and onset-rime awareness in second language reading acquisition
pp. 94-113(20)
Authors: Haigh, Corinne A.; Savage, Robert; Erdos, Caroline; Genesee, Fred

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Acquiring the complex English orthography: a triliteracy advantage?
pp. 136-156(21)
Authors: Kahn-Horwitz, Janina; Schwartz, Mila; Share, David

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