What Types of Reading Skills are Important for Later Reading Achievement?

Based on the results of one study, letter knowledge and phonological sensitivity during late preschool are associated with literacy abilities during early 1st grade.

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1: "Development Of Emergent Literacy And Early Reading Skills In Preschool Children: Evidence From A Latent-Variable Longitudinal Study.," Developmental Psychology, 2000, by CJ Lonigan, SR Burgess, JL Anthony. (Citations: 770).

Abstract 1. Although research has identified oral language, print knowledge, and phonological sensitivity as important emergent literacy skills for the development of reading, few studies have examined the relations between these aspects of emergent literacy or ...



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