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Home Literacy Experiences and Their Relationship to Bilingual Preschoolers' Developing English Literacy Abilities: An Initial Investigation
Forty-three Puerto Rican mother-child dyads in Head Start programs, grouped according to whether the children had learned Spanish and English from birth (n=28) or Spanish from birth and English in Head Start (n=15) participated in a study of home literacy experiences and emerging English literacy abilities. Results found that literacy development would benefit from increased exposure to literacy materials and events. (Contains references.) (LC)
Author/Creator: Hammer, Carol Scheffner, Miccio, Adele W., Wagstaff, David A.
Date Published: Jan
Journal/Secondary Title: Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools
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