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Dialogic reading strategies have been shown to support children’s literacy learning ...

„In addition to the frequency the child is read to at home, the onset of reading, and the quality of the book reading itself also matter. For instance, dialogic reading strategies have been shown to support children’s literacy learning: the reader interacts with the child, asks questions, points out words and sounds, encourages remarks given by the child, and expands on the text.“

Dr. Frank Niklas u. a., „Intervention in the home literacy environment and kindergarten children’s vocabulary and phonological awareness“. In: „First Language“ (2017), Vol. 37(5), S. 434