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A three-dimensional image represented in two dimensions with no perspective, as if the original were truly flat.Architectural drawings of elevations—the different sides of a building—have no perspective detail but are orthographic. Many local tax assessor's offices and online property information services include orthographic aerial or satellite photographs of properties, corrected for the earth's curvature.

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Predictive validity was evidenced in a subsequent study examining relationships between the Phonological, Orthographic and Morphological Subscales of the CoST and the NAPLAN Spelling Test (Daffern, Mackenzie & Hemmings, 2017).
Changes in phonological awareness and orthographic rules are often more severe in learning disorders than in ADHD, due to the presence of common phonological and orthographic processing deficits in individuals with reading disorders.
This experiment attempts to compare different stress repetition priming (prime and target with total orthographic overlap but different stress pattern [rasGO/RASgo, he tore- I tear or feature]) with repetition priming (RASgo/RASgo I tear/I tear).
Scholars have acknowledged that the three Hamlet texts are separate versions interesting on their own terms only in the past fifteen years or so, and several diplomatic editions do replicate orthographic features, though not necessarily all typographic ones.
A pseudoword is a sequence of letters that respects orthographic and phonotactic rules of the target language but does not have meaning, e.g., "vonk" is a pseudoword in English.
The same right hemisphere region may also process visual, but not orthographic, information about written stimuli in the unimpaired brain (e.g., [16, 24]).
Orthographic knowledge includes "both knowledge of the actual spelling of particular words and higher level conceptual skills, such as the recognition of the properties of words and sequences and typical positions of letters in English" [9, p.
When the Constitution called the language Filipino, the process entailed a more extensive orthographic reform and the adding of eight letters to the Tagalog/Pilipino abakada for it to become more inclusive of the sounds occurring in the Philippines' other native languages.
Nevertheless, overly short names are also not advisable, because these words are more likely to present common sounds or similar orthographic parts (e.g.
In the course of Prosvetno delo's seven-decade history, numerous signature volumes were published, including the first printed book in the Macedonian language, "Collection of Macedonian Traditional Songs", the first Macedonian "Primer", the first "Macedonian Language Grammar", the first "Macedonian Orthography" volume, the first book translated into Macedonian--"Serdarot" by Grigor Prlicev, "Grammar of the Macedonian Standard Language" by Blaze Koneski, "Macedonian Language Orthography and Orthographic Dictionary", the three-volume "Dictionary of the Macedonian Language", "History of the Macedonian People" and "Geography of Macedonia".
Teachers can achieve this by drawing on the phonological, orthographic and morphological components of spelling to qualitatively analyse the spelling errors observed in students' written draft texts.
Musseler, Nisslein, and Koriat (2005) showed that orthographic cues to structure (such as capitalization in German, which indicates nouns) also affect the MLE.