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Efficacy of small group reading intervention for beginning readers with reading delay: A randomised controlled trial

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An evaluation of a reading intervention that combined phoneme awareness training, word and text reading, and phonological linkage exercises to help improve British Year One children's reading skills
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Reports & Papers
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United Kingdom

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