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Predicting ELL students' beginning first grade English oral reading fluency from initial kindergarten vocabulary, letter naming, and phonological awareness skills

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A study of the relationships between both English letter naming fluency and initial sound fluency at kindergarten entry and both first grade English vocabulary skills and oral reading fluency, based on data from 2,481 English language learners in 291 Florida Reading First schools from the 2004-2005 school year
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Florida

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