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Ch. 8 - Lisa Guernsey - Allison Medeiros and Jen Principe

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This chapter covers how certain television programs, including Dora the Explorer and Sesame Street, and socioeconomic status influence and enrich children's vocabulary growth.

This chapter covers how certain television programs, including Dora the Explorer and Sesame Street, and socioeconomic status influence and enrich children's vocabulary growth.


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  • 1. + Can Electronic Media Enrich My Child’s Vocabulary? Jennifer Principe and Allison Medeiros Chapter 8 Into the Minds of Babes
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  • 4. 1. If a foreign child was to watch a show like Dora the Explorer in their native language but learning English, would their learning process be similar? 2. Does socioeconomic status really matter in regards to a child’s vocabulary?+ 3. Is there a significant increase of vocabulary retention when the parent/guardian brings the material learned in the shows to real life situations?