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Evaluation of the Effects of Read It Once Again across Two Groups of Students
Vivian I. Correa and Cynthia C. Baughan:  University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Karen M. Fries: Francis Marion University
Martie Thompson: Clemson University
Bob Algozzine : Univeristy of North Carolina at Charlotte

National Head Start Association Dialog
Research to Practice Journal
Dialog, 16(4), 30-47
copyright©2013
ISSN: 1930-9323

 

Research-to-Practice Summary Read It Once Again Instruction with Two Groups of Students
Vivian I. Correa and Cynthia C. Baughan:  University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Karen M. Fries: Francis Marion University
Martie Thompson: Clemson University
Bob Algozzine : Univeristy of North Carolina at Charlotte

National Head Start Association Dialog
Research to Practice Journal
Dialog, 16(4), 30-47
copyright©2013
ISSN: 1930-9323

 

Informal Research Results

 

 

Evidence Based Research Supporting Publications

 

Promoting Early Literacy

Shared Reading and Vocabulary

Preschool Language

Preschoolers Attention to Print

Rhyme and Ritual Reading

Literacy Based Reading Instruction

NAEYC Paper 

Developing Literacy through Story Book Reading

Assessment of Storybook Reading

Overcoming the Matthew Effect

Increasing Print Awareness

Using Shared Story Book Reading

Piaget and Math Literature

Shared Reading and Vocabulary

Stories for All Children

Word Play and Musik

 

 

 

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