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Comparison of preschoolers' narratives, the classroom book environment, and teacher attitudes toward literacy practices in Korea and the United States

A comparison between American and South Korean preschoolers' personal narrative maturity levels, imagination levels in fictional narratives, classroom fiction and non-fiction book environments, and their teachers' attitudes toward early language and literacy curricula and practices, based on interviews with a total of 70 3- and 4-year-olds and their teachers at a university lab preschool in each country
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United States; South Korea

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