The role of phonological coding in reading Kanji: A research report and some pedagogical implications

In this technical report the author discusses the results and pedagogical implications of a study which she conducted on phonological coding in reading kanji using an eye-movement monitor. In addition, she reviews current literature on the different schools of thought regarding instruction in reading kanji and its role in the teaching of non-alphabetic written languages like Japanese.

Tagged as 1993-1996 lctl research