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The effects of an intensive shared book-reading intervention for preschool children at risk for vocabulary delay

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A study of effects of an intensive shared book-reading intervention on the vocabulary development of preschool children at risk for vocabulary delay, based on data from 125 children stratified by classroom and randomly assigned to either the Words of Oral Reading and Language Development (WORLD) intervention or typical practice
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Texas

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