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Expanding the Developmental Models of Writing
Eye movements and parafoveal processing during reading in Korean
Long Term Effects of First Grade Multi-Tier Intervention
Language and cognitive predictors of text comprehension
Language, literacy, attentional behaviors, and instructional quality predictors of written composition for first graders
Is oral/text reading fluency a “bridge” to reading comprehension?
Kindergarten Predictors of Third Grade Writing
Is academic language use a separate dimension in beginning writing?
Language and cognitive predictors of text comprehension
Language general and specific factors in letter acquisition
Cat in a hat or cat in a cap?
Cognitive correlates of listening comprehension
relation of linguistic awareness and vocabulary to word reading and spelling for first-grade students participating in response to intervention
Unique Relation of Silent Reading Fluency to End-of-Year Reading Comprehension
Writing fluency and quality in kindergarten and first grade
effects of orthographic consistency on reading development
contributions of vocabulary and letter writing automaticity to word reading and spelling for kindergartners
Utility and Accuracy of Oral Reading Fluency Score Types in Predicting Reading Comprehension
Towards an understanding of dimensions, predictors, and gender gap in written composition
Dimensions of Discourse-Level Oral Language Skills and Their Relations to Reading Comprehension and Written Composition
Comprehension Tools for Teachers
Componential skills of beginning writing
Developmental, Component-Based Model of Reading Fluency
Developmental Trajectories of Writing Skills in First Grade
Considering word characteristics for spelling accuracy
Effect of a Multicomponent Literacy Instruction Model on Literacy Growth for Kindergartners and First-Grade Students in Chile
Relations of emergent literacy skill development with conventional literacy skill development in Korean
Relations Among Oral Reading Fluency, Silent Reading Fluency, and Reading Comprehension
Predictors of reading skills for kindergartners and first grade students in Spanish
Text (Oral) reading fluency as a construct in reading development
The relations of proper character introduction to narrative quality and listening comprehension for young children from high poverty schools