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The genesis of reading ability: What helps children learn letter-sound correspondences?

A comparison of the impacts on preliterate children?s letter-sound correspondences for 76 preschooler participants in either 6 weeks of training in letter awareness, phonemic awareness, or control tasks and then a further 6 weeks of training in letter-sound correspondences or control tasks
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United States

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