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Effects of a brief tiered language intervention for prekindergartners at risk

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An examination of the impact of a language intervention for at risk children with whole-group and small-group instruction on the vocabulary skills of children, a study of the moderating relationship of initial language skills on those effects, as well as a study of teacher beliefs regarding oral language instruction, based on data from 39 early care and education programs in a large urban area in Texas
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United States
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Texas

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