Table of contents for Learning to read and write : a cross-linguistic perspective / edited by Margaret Harris and Giyoo Hatano.

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1. Introduction Margaret Harris and Giyoo Hatano
2. The acquisition of Italian orthography Giuseppe Cossu
3. Learning to read German: normal and impaired acquisition Heinz Wimmer, Karin Landerl and Uta Frith
4. Learning to read and spell in Greek:  the importance of letter knowledge and morphological awareness Margaret Harris and Vicky Giannouli
5. Phonological awareness, syntactic awareness and learning to read and spell in Brazilian Portuguese Lucia Lins Browne Rego
6. Learning to read and write in Hebrew David Share and Iris Levin
7. Different morphemes, same spelling problems:  cross-linguistic developmental studies, Peter Bryant, Terezhina Nunes and Athanasios Aidinis
8. The relationship between phonological awareness and orthographic representation in different orthographies Usha Goswami
9. Learning to read in Scandinavia Ingvar Lundberg
10. Learning to read Chinese J. Richard Hanley, Ovid Tzeng and H.-S. Huang
11. Reading skill development in bilingual Singaporean children Susan Rickard Low
12. Learning to read and write in Japanese Kiyomi Akita and Giyoo Hatano.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Language acquisition, Literacy, Language awareness in children