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HOW AFRICAN AMERICAN MOTHERS ASSIST EARLY ADOLESCENT DAUGHTERS W/ READING TASKS

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    from the Tea for the Tillerman series, by joschka fischer: Comme d Habitude: If you can t get the pdf...envoyez-moi! (email) Title: HOW AFRICAN AMERICAN
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      from the "Tea for the Tillerman" series, by joschka fischer:

      Comme d'Habitude: If you can't get the pdf...envoyez-moi! (email)


      Title: HOW AFRICAN AMERICAN MOTHERS ASSIST THEIR EARLY ADOLESCENT
      DAUGHTERS WITH READING TASKS

      Author(s): ALICE SCALES, ALICE SNYDER

      Source: Reading Psychology

      ISSN: 0270-2711
      Issue: Volume 25, Issue Number 4/Oct-Dec 2004 pages: 297 - 312

      http://taylorandfrancis.metapress.com/link.asp?ID=YW1FQU6EFBH39LF7


      ALICE SCALES A1 and ALICE SNYDER A2


      A1 University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
      A2 Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia, USA



      Abstract:

      Three African American mothers and their daughters participated in three,
      30-minute reading sessions. During each session, daughters read narrative text for
      15 minutes and expository text for the other 15 minutes. Categories of interaction
      emerged from those reading sessions. Results revealed nine mother interaction
      reading categories and seven daughter interaction categories. Irrespective of the type
      of reading, the categories were linked to the transmission, maturational, and
      transactional points of view. Implications provide suggestions for helping parents
      develop reading experiences that foster positive reading behaviors for their children.


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