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    • Authors: Dozier, Cheryl; Garnett, Susan; Tabatabai, Simeen (2011-05)

    • The authors of the article report their experiences and those of their colleagues as literacy instructors for students and parents, and the importance of conversation in solving problems the students were experiencing with reading . According to the authors, conversing with students and parents generates ideals for choosing books in which the students were interested, as well as fosters discussion about the books themselves, and a subsequent enjoyment of reading and desire to learn. The authors argue that their ability to build relationships with students and parents is central to simplifying concepts and establishing an environment for academic success.