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Evaluating the components of an emergent literacy intervention for preschool children at risk for reading difficulties

A study of the effects of interventions designed to promote the development of emergent literacy skills with a sample of preschool children at high risk for later problems in reading, with an analysis of the additional effects of combining dialogic reading with a phonological awareness intervention, based on data from 324 preschoolers from low income backgrounds, recruited from 13 Head Start centers and Title I preschools in a local school district in northern Florida
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United States

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