EXPRESSIVE SPEECH OF DUAL LANGAUGE LEARNING HEAD START CHILDREN WITH DIFFERENT CONVERSATIONAL PARTNERS.

Rumper, Brooke.

2017-04-20T13:59:48.227Z

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  • Abstract: This study examines the expressive speech of Head Start Dual Language Learners (DLL) in situations with different conversational partners. The target children and conversational partners were categorized into four different groups (Fluent bilingual, Spanish dominant, English dominant, or Emerging bilingual) based on their language abilities. Children were filmed in various areas of their... read more
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