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Dickinson David K., Neuman Susan B., 2006
An introduction to the content and structure of the second volume of the Handbook of Early Literacy Research
Dickinson David K., McCabe Allyssa, Essex Marilyn J., 2006
A discussion of research findings on the role of early literacy development in the overall growth and development of preschool children
Neuman Susan B., 2006
An examination of the impact of economic disparities on early literacy development, with an emphasis on the role of conceptual knowledge, and recommendations for early childhood teaching methods that foster knowledge development
Biemiller Andrew, 2006
A discussion of vocabulary skill acquisition in preschool and primary school children, its relation to future literacy development, and suggestions for vocabulary instruction in school and center based child care settings
Ashby Jane, Rayner Keith, 2006
A discussion of the cognitive processes, particularly word recognition mechanisms, of skilled readers, as they relate to phonics and whole language approaches to reading instruction
Lonigan Christopher J., 2006
A review of research on the link between the acquisition of reading skills in preschool children and activities that require sensitivity to, or manipulation of, the sounds in words
Burgess Stephen R., 2006
An overview of the role of preschool children?s phonological sensitivity development in subsequent reading development
Phillips Beth M., Torgesen Joseph K., 2006
An exploration of the ways that phonemic awareness contributes to the development of reading ability, with a review of evidence of its effects on word reading accuracy and reading fluency
Ehri Linnea C., Roberts Theresa A., 2006
An explanation of letter knowledge and phonemic awareness, with a review of methods for teaching these foundational skills, and an examination of research on their role in reading and spelling acquisition
Landry Susan H., Smith Karen E., 2006
A review of research into the influence of parenting behaviors, as moderated by personal and social characteristics, on young children's early literacy development, and the effectiveness of parent intervention programs
Pianta Robert C., 2006
An examination of the connection between literacy development and children's relationships with parents, caregivers, and teachers, with a theoretical model of the role of the teacher child relationship in literacy-related outcomes
Hoff Erika, 2006
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the relation between children's early experiences with oral language acquisition in the home environment and their language skills at school entrance age, including the influence of socioeconomic status
Senechal Monique, Ouellette Gene, Rodney Donna, 2006
Reports & Papers
An analysis of the contribution of oral vocabulary skills to phonological awareness, listening comprehension, and reading comprehension in children from kindergarten through grade 3
Vaughn Sharon, Linan-Thompson Sylvia, Pollard-Durodola Sharolyn D., Mathes Patricia G., Hagan Elsa C., 2006
An overview of studies on intervention strategies, conducted in English and Spanish, to improve English language literacy for bilingual kindergarten through third grade students at risk for reading difficulties
Leseman Paul P. M., Tuijl Cathy van, 2006
Results of studies of early language and literacy development in 3 to 7 year old Dutch, Surinamese-Dutch, and Turkish-Dutch children, analyzing how socioeconomic, linguistic, and cultural variables affected their acquisition of reading skills