Only one occurrence of the split digraph
was found among the data, in the band Breze, and the standard spelling of this word already has <ee>.
Similarities and differences between the Saxon and SPELL recommendations regarding consonant digraphs
, vowels, and other potential instructional goals are highlighted.
vi) Draw the digraph
is a term derived from directional graph, and as the name suggests, is a graphical representation of the elements, their directed relationships and hierarchical levels.
Properties of digraphs
having synchronizing instructions are studied in this paper.
Rastle and Coltheart's DRC-L model, which produced the counter-intuitive effects of digraphs
, may provide a bridge between computational models simulating adult reading latency performance, and children's reading and spelling performance, and this may refocus the orthographic depth hypothesis debate from transparency to complexity.
The book's notation is inconsistent: the digraphs
are spelt with acute accents on alternate vowels, according to their phonological interpretation, as is traditional in some handbooks--although this does not reflect manuscript practice; on the other hand, the verbal suffixes occur sometimes with accent and sometimes without: p.
This article illustrates how affinity diagram and interrelationship digraph
This set of words was used to assess the ability to encode five basic spelling features, (a) consonant clusters, (b) silent letters, (c) consonant and vowel digraphs
, (d) morpho-phonemic endings, and (e) phonemes that do not have a corresponding letter-name.
Consonant blends and digraphs
is the fourth entry in the superb Tenth planet literacy series.
We progressed to short-vowel words with consonant blends and digraphs
, then to long-vowel words with silent e and vowel teams.
The work is thorough, exhaustive, and technically proficient, replete with correlation matrix analyses, multidimensional scaling, exchange process models, digraphs
, and other techniques applied with sure and skilled hands.
9 confuses digraphs
and diphthongs, and in places one has the impression that Wirtjes expects spelling to have a consistent relation to sound.