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Effective early literacy skill development for young Spanish-speaking English language learners: An experimental study of two methods

An investigation of the effect of the Literacy Express Preschool Curriculum on the acquisition of emergent literacy skills by Spanish-speaking preschool children, based on a study of three groups of English language learners (ELL) from 10 Head Start classrooms in California where 32 children received the regular curriculum, 31 children received the intervention in English-only, and 31 children received the intervention in Spanish transitioning to English
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United States

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