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Utilizing Interactive Read-Alouds to Support Oral Language Development

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Reading aloud to children is a critical component of supporting their oral language development. When teachers regularly engage children in interactive read-alouds, including holding conversations before and after book-reading, children have opportunities to practice their oral language skills.

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