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Developing Early Literacy: Report of the National Early Literacy Panel: A Scientific Synthesis of Early Literacy Development and Implications for Intervention
Timothy Shanahan (ed)
The National Early Literacy Panel set out to establish which early skills or abilities could properly be said to be the precursors of later literacy achievement. To identify these skills, the panel searched for published scientific studies that could provide correlational evidence showing the relationship between early skill attainment and later literacy growth in decoding, reading comprehension, or spelling. Content of this report: Introduction; Methodology of the National Early Literacy Panel; Identification of Childrenäó»s Skills and Abilities Linked to Later Outcomes in Reading, Writing, and Spelling; Impact on Young Childrenäó»s Early Literacy Skills of Code-Focused Interventions, Shared-Reading Interventions, Parent and Home Programs, Preschool and Kindergarten Programs, and Language Enhancement Interventions. This is a print on demand report.
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