Low-income Latino mothers’ booksharing styles and children's emergent literacy development☆

@inproceedings{Caspe2009LowincomeLM,
  title={Low-income Latino mothers’ booksharing styles and children's emergent literacy development☆},
  author={Margaret Caspe},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Booksharing is often considered one of the most important activities parents can do to promote young children's early literacy skills. However, there is relatively little research on the style and nature of booksharing in Latino homes. This study examined the relation between maternal booksharing styles and low-income Latino children's subsequent language and literacy development. Eighty Latino Head Start four-year-old children and their mothers were audiotaped while they shared a… CONTINUE READING

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