Preschool children ’ s narratives and performance on the Peabody Individualized Achievement Test – Revised : Evidence of a relation between early narrative and later mathematical ability

@inproceedings{ONeill2004PreschoolC,
  title={Preschool children ’ s narratives and performance on the Peabody Individualized Achievement Test – Revised : Evidence of a relation between early narrative and later mathematical ability},
  author={Daniela K. O’Neill and Michelle J. Pearce and Jennifer L. Pick},
  year={2004}
}
In this study, different measures derived from 41 3to 4-year-old children’s selfgenerated picture-book narratives and their performance on a general measure of language development (TELD-2, Hresko, Reid & Hammill, 1991) were evaluated with respect to their possible predictive relation two years later with 5 areas of academic achievement (General information, Reading recognition, Reading comprehension, Math, Spelling) assessed using the Peabody Individualized Achievement Test – Revised (PIAT-R… CONTINUE READING
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