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Increasing the literacy behaviors of preschool children through environmental modification and teacher mediation

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A study of the increases in the frequency of literacy behaviors observed after the careful placement of literacy-related props in classrooms and the training of teachers to encourage literacy-related behavior, based on observations of nine urban African-American young children from low-income families
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United States

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