Accelerating Early Language to Improve Later Reading Comprehension
Scholastic EDU | August 24, 2021 | by Tricia A. Zucker, Ph.D.
Dr. Tricia Zucker explores the urgent need to invest in early learners’ language and literacy skills, which is a foundational entry point for building reading comprehension. As early as pre-kindergarten children are able to use oral language to build foundational skills necessary for later reading comprehension. These early language skills give children a strong start on their journeys as lifelong, avid readers.
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