Styles of Interaction during a Book Reading Task: Implications for Literacy Intervention with Low-Income Families.

@inproceedings{Temple1994StylesOI,
  title={Styles of Interaction during a Book Reading Task: Implications for Literacy Intervention with Low-Income Families.},
  author={Jeanne M. De Temple and Patton O. Tabors},
  year={1994}
}
A study investigating how disadvantaged parents interact with their children in literacy tasks'probed the following questions: (1) what styles of interaction do young, welfare-recipient mothers display when reading a story book with their preschool-aged child? and (2) how do the styles relate to factors such as the child's age and mother's literacy level? The 290 mothers in the study ranged in age from 16 to 21 years old; the children were between the ages of 27 and 63 months. Mothers were… CONTINUE READING

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