TITLE

The core components of reading instruction in Chinese

AUTHOR(S)
Ho, Connie; Wong, Yau-Kai; Yeung, Pui-Sze; Chan, David; Chung, Kevin; Lo, Sau-Ching; Luan, Hui
PUB. DATE
April 2012
SOURCE
Reading & Writing;Apr2012, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p857
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Case Study
ABSTRACT
The present study aimed at identifying core components of reading instruction in Chinese within the framework of the tiered intervention model. A curriculum with four teaching components of cognitive-linguistic skills was implemented in a Program school for 3 years since Grade 1. The findings showed that the Tier 1 intervention was effective in enhancing the literacy and cognitive-linguistic skills of children in the Program school. The positive effects were maintained at the end of Grade 2. Progress in both word-level and text-level cognitive-linguistic skills predicted significantly progress in reading comprehension. Based on the present findings, the four core reading components in Chinese were proposed-oral language, morphological awareness, orthographic skills, and syntactic skills. Comparing the Big Five in English and the four core components in Chinese reflects different cognitive demands for reading diverse orthographies.
ACCESSION #
73276917

 

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