Intervention training on phonological skills for Chinese ESL learners

Sau Wai Christina NG-WONG

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Abstract

The study reported the effectiveness of a phonological skills intervention programme for young ESL learners in Hong Kong. Results confirmed the direct effect of the training on phonological skills. Results of other tasks measuring audio-visual word recognition, reading comprehension, and spelling also showed the superior performance of the experimental group.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2003

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comprehension
performance
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Citation

Ng, C. (2003, March). Intervention training on phonological skills for Chinese ESL learners. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference 2003: The Diversity of Applied Linguistics, Arlington, VA.

Keywords

  • Primary Education
  • Development of Subject Knowledge
  • English Language