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Children's oral narrative and reading skills in the first 3 years of reading instruction

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Two studies that investigate the relationship between oral narrative and reading skills in the first 3 years of reading instruction, the first based on data from 61 children with 1 year of reading instruction and a second study of 39 children who experienced 2 years of reading instruction from two state primary schools in New Zealand
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Reports & Papers
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New Zealand

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