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MS in Literacy Education
This research paper asks the question, how do parent established home literacy experiences impact early literacy acquisition? Investigation was competed in a home in Williston, New York (pseudonym) with a kindergarten girl and her mother. Through pre and post assessments, observations and a parent interview three themes emerged from the data collection. These themes focused on the level of parent engagement in literacy activities, parental background and experiences, and opportunities offered in a home environment. Through these themes it can be seen how parent established home literacy experiences impact early literacy acquisition. As a result, these findings encourage teachers to involve parents in creating effective instructional activities in their home environment as it has a huge impact on student learning.
Boyle, Mary Beth, "The Impact of Parent Established Home Literacy Experiences on Early Childhood Literacy Acquisition" (2014). Education Masters. Paper 344.
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