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Literature review part 2: Teaching language and literacy on television

Resource Type: Literature Review
Author(s): Linebarger, Deborah L.;
Date Issued: 28 November, 2006
Publisher(s): University of Pennsylvania. Children's Media Lab
Description: A review of research on the role that educational television for young children can play in promoting early language and literacy development
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