Effects of controlled, primerese language on the reading process
Paul R. Ammon, Herbert D. Simmons, Charles Harrington Elster, University of California, Berkeley. Center for the Study of Writing, Carnegie-Mellon University. Center for the Study of Writing
Center for the Study of Writing, University of California, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 22 pages
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