Parent Involvement in Reading

Steward, Frances; Goff, Diana
January 2008
Illinois Reading Council Journal;Winter2008, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p40
The article focuses on the literacy development at the emergent level of young students in the U.S. It also emphasizes the role of parents, older siblings and caregivers in developing children's knowledge in the community. Further, children must be provided with opportunities to establish conversation with adults allowing them to communicate their needs and concerns in an appropriate manner.


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