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Relation between language experiences in preschool classrooms and children's kindergarten and fourth-grade language and reading abilities

A longitudinal study of the relationships among teachers' use of language in preschool classrooms, children's language development at the end of kindergarten, and children's fourth grade language development and reading comprehension, based data from 74 kindergarteners and 57 fourth graders from the Home-School Study of Language and Literacy Development
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United States

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