Joint Book Reading Makes Success in Learning to Read: A Meta-Analysis on Intergenerational Transmission of Literacy

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 44 describes the following: Title | Joint Book Reading Makes Success in Learning to Read: A Meta-Analysis on Intergenerational Transmission of Literacy Author | Bus, A.G., Ijzendoorn van, M.H., & Pellegrini, A.D. Source | Review of Educational Research, 65(1),1-21. Year Published | 1995 Abstract Results of this quantitative analysis of empirical evidence related to parent-preschooler reading support the hypothesis … [Read more...]

Phonological Awareness and Early Reading: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Training Studies

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 53 describes the following: Title | Phonological Awareness and Early Reading: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Training Studies Author | Bus, A.G., & Van Ijzendoorn, M.H. Source | Journal of Educational Psychology, 91, 403-414. Year Published | 1999 Abstract In a quantitative meta-analysis, the effects of phonological awareness training on reading were shown. In a homogeneous set of U.S. studies with a randomized … [Read more...]

Whole Language and Language Experience Approaches for Beginning Reading: A Quantitative Research Synthesis

NICHCY's Structured Abstract 54 describes the following: Title | Whole Language and Language Experience Approaches for Beginning Reading: A Quantitative Research Synthesis Author | Stahl, S.A., & Miller, P.D. Source | Review of Educational Research, 59(1), 87-116. Year Published | 1989 Abstract To examine the effects of whole language and language experience approaches on beginning reading achievement, a quantitative synthesis was performed … [Read more...]

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