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Morning message time: An exploratory study in Head Start

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A study of teachers' code- and meaning-related information in messages constructed as part of the Morning Messages practice, and of the relationship between the discussion of letters, sounds, and meaning and children's early language and literacy skills, based on data from 7 Head Start teachers and 59 four-year-old children involved in the Exceptional Coaching for Early Language and Literacy (ExCELL) professional development intervention
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United States

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