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Research Presentation:

Research Presentation Elizabeth Hobbs Fall 2015

Introduction:

Introduction Phonological Awareness Connection to later reading outcomes Research Questions

Literature review:

Literature review PA in Preschool PA in Kindergarten PA and Later Elementary Outcomes PA and Socioeconomic Status

Research methodology:

Research methodology Pretest-posttest control group design Measures

Methodology, cont.:

Methodology, cont . Measures

Methodology, cont.:

Methodology, cont. Measures

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