Predicting patterns of early literacy achievement: A longitudinal study
Young, J P. (2003). Predicting patterns of early literacy achievement: A longitudinal study. P. Jeffrey (recorded as compiler). Croydon Victoria, Australia: Professional Resource Services Pty Ltd for AARE Office. Retrieved from http://www.aare.edu.au/data/publications/2003/you03454.pdf
A study of 114 young children examined the relationship between children’s phonological awareness in the prior-toschool period with literacy achievement after five months in Year 1. The study was conducted in three large metropolitan schools in Queensland, Australia. Measures of children’s phonological awareness and later literacy development were gathered using one-on-one interactions. Correlation and cluster analysis were utilized and both showed phonological awareness in preschool predicted a range of literacy measures after five months in Year 1.
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