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Linebarger Deborah L., 07 April, 2009
Reports & Papers
An investigation of the effect of an early literacy intervention that uses Between the Lions television program and the accompanying books and activities on the reading skills of children, based on a sample of 296 children from 31 classrooms in 23…
Phillips Beth M., December 15, 2008
Reports & Papers
An evaluation of the emergent literacy outcomes of participation in Super WHY! Reading Camp, a week-long summer literacy program for preschool-age children, based on pre- and post-test assessments of 454 children who participated in 2008
Prince Debra L., Grace Cathy, Linebarger Deborah L., Atkinson Robert, Huffman Jessamine D., 15 July, 2002
Reports & Papers
An investigation of the effect of an early literacy program based on the ?Between the Lions? television series on the reading skills of children from low-income communities (including Native American communities) in Mississippi