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Vocabulary learning from an educational television program: Can children learn many new words and can print on screen help?

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An investigation of the impact of viewing Martha Speaks, a children's program with integrated vocabulary instruction, on children's acquisition of new vocabulary words, based on a sample of 146 children from a city in the Northeast and a city in the Pacific Northwest divided into a treatment group that watched the program and a control group who did not
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United States

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