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b Parent utterances and different words were averaged over 13-36 months of child age 74 and its subtests listening, speaking, semantics, syntax
Though different in personality and skill levels, the children all learned to talk and to be socially appropriate members of the family with all the basic skills needed for preschool entry We observed the 42 children grow more like their parents in stature and activity levels, in vocabulary resources, and in language and interaction styles
We were awestruck at how well our measures of accomplishments at age 3 predicted measures of language skill at age 9-10 Lernjahr an einem Gymnasium
All the children in the program eagerly engaged with the wide variety of new materials and language-intensive activities introduced in the preschool Methodology Our ambition was to record "everything" that went on in children's homes—everything that was done by the children, to them, and around them
What We Found Before children can take charge of their own experience and begin to spend time with peers in social groups outside the home, almost everything they learn comes from their families, to whom society has assigned the task of socializing children Say hello to Amelia and Oliver! The first priority was to obtain a range in demographics, and the second was stability—we needed families likely to remain in the longitudinal study for several years
During the 1960's War on Poverty, we were among the many researchers, psychologists, and educators who brought our knowledge of child development to the front line in an optimistic effort to intervene early to forestall the terrible effects that poverty was having on some children's academic growth We had dissembled these interactions into several dozen molecular features that could be reliably coded and counted
Even if our estimates of children's experience are too high by half, the differences between children by age 4 in amounts of cumulative experience are so great that even the best of intervention programs could only hope to keep the children in families on welfare from falling still further behind the children in the working-class families When we listened to the children, we seemed to hear their parents speaking; when we watched the children play at parenting their dolls, we seemed to see the futures of their own children
Then you must fill in the gaps We saw increasing disparity between the extremes—the fast vocabulary growth of the professors' children and the slow vocabulary growth of the Turner House children
When do they use any? " to test how much you can remember At the first observation each parent was asked to complete a form abstracted from the Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test PPVT

But all researchers caution against extrapolating their findings to people and circumstances they did not include.

While we were observing in the homes, though we were aware that the families were very different in lifestyles, they were all similarly engaged in the fundamental task of raising a child.

The first families we recruited to participate in the study came from personal contacts: friends who had babies and families who had had children in the Turner House Preschool.

We listed families by sex of child and address because demographic status could be reliably associated with area of residence in this city at that time.

, we used our experience with clinical language intervention to design a half-day program for the Turner House Preschool, located in the impoverished Juniper Gardens area of the city.

This article is excerpted with permission from , Copyright 1995, Brookes.

Our final sample consisted of 42 families who remained in the study from beginning to end.

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