Promoting Young Children’s Early Language and Prereading Skills with Dialogic Reading

Promoting Young Children’s Early Language and Prereading Skills with Dialogic Reading

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Reading aloud to children has been identified as the single most important activity for preparing children to become readers. Reading to children at a young age has many benefits. There are different styles of reading that can encourage children’s early language and prereading skills. This NebGuide introduces a specific strategy—dialogic reading—that caregivers (i.e., parents and teachers) can use to promote children’s prereading and language skills.

 

Details

AUTHORS

Amy R. Napoli, Victoria J. Johnson

SUBJECT

Youth & Families / Families

PUBLICATION DATE

July 11, 2019

LAST REVISION DATE

None

LANGUAGE

N/A

FORMATS

PDF, HTML

SERIES

NebGuide