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Does context matter?: Explicit print instruction during reading varies in its influence by child and classroom factors

A study of the relationship between preschool teachers' explicit print instruction during shared reading and children's language abilities, and a second study of the relationship between language abilities and classroom quality, classroom literacy environment, and attention skills, based on data from 379 children and their 59 teachers throughout Virginia and Ohio
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United States
Ohio; Virginia

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