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Dual language and literacy development of Spanish-speaking preschool children

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An examination of bilingual preschool children's oral language and emergent literacy skills as compared with the skills of a sample of monolingual, Spanish-speaking preschool children in Puerto Rico
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States; Puerto Rico
State(s):
Maryland; Massachusetts

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