Lesly Wade-Woolley
Lesly Wade-Woolley
Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology University of Alberta
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Factors related to English reading performance in children with Chinese as a first language: More evidence of cross-language transfer of phonological processing.
A Gottardo, B Yan, LS Siegel, L Wade-Woolley
Journal of educational psychology 93 (3), 530, 2001
Children’s morphological awareness and reading ability
JR Kirby, SH Deacon, PN Bowers, L Izenberg, L Wade-Woolley, R Parrila
Reading and writing 25, 389-410, 2012
Linguistic diversity and the development of reading skills: A longitudinal study
P Chiappe, LS Siegel, L Wade-Woolley
Scientific Studies of Reading 6 (4), 369-400, 2002
Toward a comprehensive view of the skills involved in word reading in Grades 4, 6, and 8
AA Roman, JR Kirby, RK Parrila, L Wade-Woolley, SH Deacon
Journal of experimental child psychology 102 (1), 96-113, 2009
Development of reading efficiency in first and second language
E Geva, L Wade-Woolley, M Shany
Scientific Studies of Reading 1 (2), 119-144, 1997
Crossover: The role of morphological awareness in French immersion children's reading.
SH Deacon, L Wade-Woolley, J Kirby
Developmental psychology 43 (3), 732, 2007
The concurrent development of spelling and decoding in two different orthographies
E Geva, L Wade-Woolley, M Shany
Journal of Reading behavior 25 (4), 383-406, 1993
First language influences on second language word reading: All roads lead to Rome
L Wade‐Woolley
Language learning 49 (3), 447-471, 1999
Processing novel phonemic contrasts in the acquisition of L2 word reading
L Wade-Woolley, E Geva
Basic Processes in Early Second Language Reading, 295-311, 2014
The spelling performance of ESL and native speakers of English as a function of reading skill
L Wade-Woolley, LS Siegel
Spelling, 73-92, 1997
Rhythm and reading development in school‐age children: A longitudinal study
D David, L Wade‐Woolley, JR Kirby, K Smithrim
Journal of Research in Reading 30 (2), 169-183, 2007
Early predictors of biliteracy development in children in French immersion: A 4-year longitudinal study.
D Jared, P Cormier, BA Levy, L Wade-Woolley
Journal of educational psychology 103 (1), 119, 2011
Flexibility in young second‐language learners: examining the language specificity of orthographic processing
SH Deacon, L Wade‐Woolley, JR Kirby
Journal of Research in Reading 32 (2), 215-229, 2009
Component processes in becoming English-Hebrew biliterate
E Geva, L Wade-Woolley
Literacy development in a multilingual context, 85-110, 2013
Phonological awareness: Beyond phonemes
C Wood, L Wade-Woolley, AJ Holliman
Contemporary perspectives on reading and spelling, 19-35, 2009
Prosodic sensitivity and morphological awareness in children’s reading
E Clin, L Wade-Woolley, L Heggie
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 104 (2), 197-213, 2009
The development of reading interest and its relation to reading ability
JR Kirby, A Ball, BK Geier, R Parrila, L Wade‐Woolley
Journal of Research in Reading 34 (3), 263-280, 2011
Early identification of at-risk L2 readers
S MacCoubrey, L Wade-Woolley, D Klinger, J Kirby
Canadian Modern Language Review 61 (1), 11-29, 2004
Sensitivity to linguistic stress, phonological awareness and early reading ability in preschoolers
I Goodman, A Libenson, L Wade‐Woolley
Journal of Research in Reading 33 (2), 113-127, 2010
English language immersion and students' academic achievement in English, Chinese and mathematics
L Cheng, M Li, JR Kirby, H Qiang, L Wade-Woolley
Evaluation & Research in Education 23 (3), 151-169, 2010
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