Att skriva sig språkligt medveten eller bli språkligt medveten för att erövra skriftspråket : Språklig medvetenhet hos sexåringar i montessoriskola och i förskoleklass
Summary, in English
The result showed that the Montessori children were more linguistically aware than the children who hadn?t received any literacy training. The scores of the Montessori children were highest on phonological awareness. They scored better in fields like morphological awareness and awareness of the syllable even though they never had any exercise in those fields. Only in syntactic awareness the non-montessori group scored a little bit better than the Montessori group. The result of the investigation indicate that Montessori children become linguistically aware through learning to write and the access to writing is a key to understanding how the other segments of speech work. It also indicates that syntactic awareness is not connected to phonological awareness, and although it affects the fluency of writing, it doesn?t directly affect breaking the literacy-code.
- Languages and Literatures
- Joost van de Weijer
- Elisabeth Zetterholm