The Meaning Makers: Children Learning Language and Using Language to Learn

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Hodder and Stoughton, 1986 - Child psychology - 235 pages
This text focuses on children's language, literacy and learning. Based on the Bristol study Language at Home and at School, which the author directed, it follows the development of a representative sample of children from their first words to the end of primary education.

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