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...n order to read and write as a first grade level student.
To conclude my action research literature review, I can start noticing that there have been studies that have shown positive results on how to help the learners make the connection of oral language and written language. In addition, I also noticed that the students made lasted at least a year, which means that once I have concluded my research I need to establish collaboration with the kindergarten educators to provide these interventions in early ages of their scholar years. The main idea is to build a strong foundation or oral language and phonemic awareness for the students to acquire the ability to decode new words and become successful readers and writers. As my literacy coach said to me during this process, if the students can say it, they can write it and if it can be written, they can be read it.
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