This study examined changes in high-poverty Chilean preschoolers’ narrative skills and alphabet knowledge after their caregivers participated in a shared reading training program. Through modeling, practice, and feedback, the ALMA Family Literacy Project provides parents and caregivers with a structured framework that promotes home language interaction to enrich literacy and socioemotional development.
|Original language||American English|
|Title of host publication||The ALMA Family Literacy Project: Developing Chilean Preschoolers’ Narrative Skills and Alphabet Knowledge through Shared Reading|
|State||Submitted - 15 Jun 2022|