Parent-Child Interactions: A Description of Book-Reading Strategies
The purpose of this pilot study was to research the book-reading strategies used by parents of typically developing children and children diagnosed with language disorders. Four dyads were used to complete this study. Results indicated that the parents used a variety of directive and less directive book-reading strategies. However, there were no clear differences between the strategies used by parents of typically developing children and parents of children with language disorders.
reading, parent participation
Potts, M. (2003). Parent-child interactions: A description of book-reading strategies (Unpublished thesis). Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.