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In a later study in the USA, Jana Mason (1992) concluded that preschool children learn about how to read by listening to, and talking about, stories with adults. For many children this experience would be with their parents at home. Some children memorise familiar texts, and from understanding the meaning can move towards an analysis of print and word recognition skills. In summary, these research studies have shown that familiarity with books and stories has a direct impact on children's later reading abilities.

As Taylor (1983) also noted, the literacy observed was largely socially defined and for the vast majority of the time was engaged in for reasons other than the reading or writing itself. LiterĀ­ acy was most cornman in connection with what Teale describes as 'daily living routines'; for example, shopping, cooking, paying bills and travelĀ­ ling. This provides a reflection of how highly literate our society is. In all the homes there was paper and something to write with, and in terms of ethnic group, gender, educational level of parents and family structure, Teale concludes there was as much variation within the different groups as between them.

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