Increasing young children's contact with print during shared reading: longitudinal effects on literacy achievement.

@article{Piasta2012IncreasingYC,
  title={Increasing young children's contact with print during shared reading: longitudinal effects on literacy achievement.},
  author={Shayne B Piasta and Laura M. Justice and Anita Shukla McGinty and Joan N. Kaderavek},
  journal={Child development},
  year={2012},
  volume={83 3},
  pages={
          810-20
        }
}
Longitudinal results for a randomized-controlled trial (RCT) assessing the impact of increasing preschoolers' attention to print during reading are reported. Four-year-old children (N = 550) in 85 classrooms experienced a 30-week shared reading program implemented by their teachers. Children in experimental classrooms experienced shared-book readings 2 or 4 times per week during which their teachers verbally and nonverbally referenced print. Children in comparison classrooms experienced their… CONTINUE READING
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