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Goldenberg, Reese, & Gallimore. (1992). Effects of Literacy Materials from School on Latino Children’s Experiences and Early Reading Achievement.

Key insight

Repeat this word until you say it right. OK, let’s practice again.

Is this a school-related activity?

Theory

  • Children’s home experiences affect their school performance and literacy achievement
  • Hispanic children in US are less likely to engage in literacy-based activities in the home
  • Schools impact children’s home literacy experiences

Methods

  • 10 Hispanic Kindergarteners (all Spanish speaking and born to immigrant parents) were observed at home during after school hours for one year
  • Pre- and post-measures of literacy skill

Look! A monkey! Remember the monkey we saw at the zoo?

Is this just for fun?

Strengths

  • Use of ecocultural approach recognizes that learning happens both at school AND at home
  • Addresses important holes in literature about kinds of home learning experiences that benefit students
  • Weaknesses
  • Small sample size did not allow for rigorous statistical analyses of important findings
  • Imprecise time measurements of activities
  • Concern that parents or children may have altered behaviors due to presence of researcher

Findings

  • Huge increases in home literacy experiences upon starting school, mostly because the amount of literacy materials in the home increases.
  • Parents used Libros and worksheets similarly, even though they were designed to elicit different responses. Both utilized for repetitive drills.
  • Use of worksheets, but not the presence of Libros in the home, was associated with literacy achievement in kindergarten.