Everson, M. E. (2011). Best practices in teaching logographic and non-roman writing systems to L2 learners. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 31(0), 249-274.
摘要：The past few decades have witnessed a growing interest in how second language (L2) learners come to read in languages employing non-alphabetic writing systems such as Chinese and Japanese and languages employing non-Roman alphabetic systems such as Arabic and Hebrew. Indeed, with efforts afoot to begin more programs in these languages at the K-12 and collegiate levels, in immersion and bilingual settings, and with stated goals for students to eventually attain high levels in reading proficiency, an understanding of this research is critical if program development is to go forward in a principled way. This article discusses some of the theoretical developments that have helped illuminate the cross-orthographic reading process and reports on the relevant research in L2 cross-orthographic reading that has shaped our understanding of the issues involved in learning to read in languages that employ non-Roman alphabetic, logographic, and syllabary systems of writing. The article will also discuss teaching implications, strategies, and classroom practice put forth by reading practitioners, many of which have yet to find consensus. Adapted from the source document
关键词：applied linguistics, non-native language instruction languages other than English, applied linguistics, reading readiness/acquisition/achievement, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Reading Instruction, Writing Systems, Second Language Reading, Reading Acquisition, Reading Processes, Second Language Learning Theories, Language Teaching Methods