Language Delays, Reading Delays, and Learning Difficulties

@article{Hay2007LanguageDR,
  title={Language Delays, Reading Delays, and Learning Difficulties},
  author={I. Hay and G. Elias and Ruth Fielding‐Barnsley and R. Homel and K. Freiberg},
  journal={Journal of Learning Disabilities},
  year={2007},
  volume={40},
  pages={400 - 409}
}
Researchers have hypothesized four levels of instructional dialogue and claimed that teachers can improve children's language development by incorporating these dialogue levels in their classrooms. It has also been hypothesized that enhancing children's early language development enhances children's later reading development. This quasi-experimental research study investigated both of these hypotheses using a collaborative service delivery model for Grade 1 children with language difficulties… Expand
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