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ELL preschoolers' English vocabulary acquisition from storybook reading

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A study of the effect of the provision of rich definitions of inserted targeted vocabulary during storybook reading on preschooler English Language Learners' English vocabulary acquisition within a sample of 80 4- and 5-year-old children of immigrants whose native language is Portugese in 6 preschool classrooms
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