Use of Storybook Reading to Increase Print Awareness in At-Risk Children

@inproceedings{Justice2002UseOS,
  title={Use of Storybook Reading to Increase Print Awareness in At-Risk Children},
  author={Laura M. Justice and Helen K. Ezell},
  year={2002}
}
This study evaluated the impact of participation in book-reading sessions with a print focus on print awareness in preschool children from low- income households. A book-reading intervention was conducted for 30 children enrolled in Head Start. Children were matched on chronological age and then randomly placed into an experimental or control group. Pretest measures of children's print awareness were administered. Subsequently, children in both groups participated in 24 small-group reading… CONTINUE READING

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