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    Pre-School Children's Knowledge of English Phonology

    Charles Read
    The author suggests that some preschool children have an unconscious knowledge of aspects of the sound system of English; that these children tacitly organize phonetic segments into categories defined by articulatory features; and that these children base their judgments of phonological relationships on certain specifiable features.

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    Spring 1971 Issue

    Abstracts

    Pre-School Children's Knowledge of English Phonology
    Charles Read
    Title I of ESEA
    The Politics of Implementing Federal Education Reform
    Jerome T. Murphy
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