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Mothers' implicit theories of early literacy instruction: Implications for children's reading and writing

A survey of the beliefs of mothers on the instruction and acquisition of emergent literacy skills by children, based on a sample of 19 five- to six- year old children and their mothers from a southeastern city in the United States
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