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Read alouds and beyond: The effects of read aloud extension activities on vocabulary in Head Start classrooms

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A study of the effects of a 12-week read aloud intervention compared to read aloud plus--which included vocabulary activities during the day, on children's vocabulary, based on data from 264 children in 26 Head Start classrooms in the northeastern United States
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United States

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