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Measuring growth in bilingual and monolingual children's English productive vocabulary development: The utility of combining parent and teacher report

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A comparison of vocabulary development and word acquisition skills between monolingual and bilingual children, and a discussion of methods to assess vocabulary development in young children, based on a sample of 85 low income English- and Spanish- and English-speaking children who attend Head Start programs in New England
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United States

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