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Commentary on Ravid & Tolchinsky ‘Developing linguistic literacy: a comprehensive model’

  • NENAGH KEMP (a1)

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Ravid & Tolchinksy (R&T) introduce an important concept for the field of language acquisition and development: linguistic literacy. To be ‘linguistically literate’, they say, one must possess both ‘knowledge of the two major linguistic modalities – speech and writing’ and ‘a linguistic repertoire that encompasses a wide range of registers and genres’. These two statements make clear the great breadth of research that the authors have considered in formulating their model.

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Commentary on Ravid & Tolchinsky ‘Developing linguistic literacy: a comprehensive model’

  • NENAGH KEMP (a1)

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