A comparison of the effectiveness of three types of public library story hour programs in improving the receptive language of children three, four, and five years of age
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acquisition of receptive adjusted post-test TOBE age in months age level analysis of covariance analysis of variance aqs pjp attend storyhours Children's Place control group Dallas Public Library film group film storyhours five-year old children four treatment groups four-year old children greater than Group group df Head Start centers Head Start children Head Start lower higher socioeconomic level hundred twenty-seven language of children lower socioeconomic level LSEL mean gain scores MEAN S.D. monograph multiple comparison non-Head Start children non-Head Start higher North Texas olds df post-test protocol mean post-test TOBE mean protocol data protocol scores protocol test public library storyhour receptive language acquisition regard to Hypothesis relative to Hypothesis sample distribution significant difference significantly greater slide/tape packet SPSS story storyhour method storyhour treatment t-tests Texas State University third protocol three-year olds TOBE mean scores TQBE types of storyhours video group video storyhours Weston Woods Weston Woods Weston Woods