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Preparing children for grade one: A study of emergent literacy

A comparison of the relationship of participation in either a traditional speech and language therapy intervention or an experimental literacy-based intervention to the early reading and language skills of preschool-age children with language impairments, based on data collected from 38 children ages 4 through 5 years old randomly assigned to either intervention
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