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Relation of preschool teachers' linguistic responsiveness to growth in children's language and literacy outcomes

A linguistic study of the relationships between preschool teachers? language responses and children?s growth in vocabulary, print concepts, and letter knowledge scores from transcripts of recordings during book reading and non-book reading contexts from 270 students in Head Start centers
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United States

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