THE EFFECTS OF SYNTHETICPHONICS TEACHING ON READINGAND SPELLING ATTAINMENT
A SEVEN YEAR LONGITUDINAL STUDY
and Joyce Watson
Department of Psychology, University of Hull2.
School of Psychology, University of St Andrews
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