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A case study of children's literacy development in a voluntary pre-kindergarten classroom

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A study of oral language and literacy development strategies and opportunities available to at risk 4-year-old children in a public voluntary pre-kindergarten, and a comparison of children's expressive and receptive vocabulary and early reading development both prior to and after one year in the program, based on data from 3 teachers and 13 children in one inclusive classroom
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Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Florida

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