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      A Vygotskian perspective on parent-child talk during iPad story sharing : PARENT-CHILD TALK DURING iPAD STORY-SHARING

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      Journal of Research in Reading

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              Semantic Processing and the Development of Word-Recognition Skills: Evidence from Children with Reading Comprehension Difficulties

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                Journal of Research in Reading
                Journal of Research in Reading
                Wiley-Blackwell
                01410423
                November 2015
                November 03 2015
                : 38
                : 4
                : 428-441
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                10.1111/1467-9817.12030
                © 2015
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