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help those students and parents who come and do not speak fluent English (Laureate Education, 2014i). As parent involvement plays a vital role in the students learning at home, this was an extremely important addition. Expanding beyond just the given vocabulary was important and Recio gave some very valid reasons and examples of how to gain observational data about the student's abilities by just interacting in different areasand "role playing" using different scenarios (Laureate Education, 2014i).The strategies he presented had meaning and connected to what they were learning. He used informational text that helped students draw knowledge about science while discussing animals and sunflowers. According to Reutzel, most students at the emergent literacy level prefer learning from informational texts (Laureate Education, 2014d). Using a variety of print types and strategies when introducing emergent readers to literature is important because students learn in different ways even at this young age. One strategy may help a student connect whereas another may be better suited for the next student. Read aloud sessions with emergent readers is a great strategy that allows the

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