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Evidence of alphabetic knowledge in writing: Connections to letter and word identification skills in preschool and kindergarten

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An investigation of the relationship between children's writing and the development of alphabetic knowledge, of letter identification, and of word reading skills throughout the preschool year and a second study comparison of two scoring rubrics for children's knowledge of writing names and letters, one composed of a single component and a second of multiple components, based on data 286 children and their teachers in 46 state-funded preschool and Head Start classrooms in two mid-western states with kindergarten follow-up
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United States

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