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Narrative development in dual language learning Latino preschoolers

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My dissertation is designed to address the limitations of existing work, using a longitudinal design with multiple narrative tasks. At three time points over the course of a school year, DLL Latino Head Start children completed three narrative tasks that differed in the amount of structure provided for the child: relating a past personal experience, telling a story based on a set of four pictures, and narrating a wordless picture book. Children were asked to tell each story in both English and Spanish. The following overarching research question guided analyses of these data: - How does narrative competence develop in dual language learning Latino children between the ages of four and five? (author abstract)
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New York

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