Nicole Patton Terry
Nicole Patton Terry
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Examining relationships among dialect variation, literacy skills, and school context in first grade
NP Terry, CMD Connor, S Thomas-Tate, M Love
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2010
1362010
Cultural and linguistic diversity: Issues in education
NP Terry, MA Irving
Special education for all teachers 5, 109-132, 2010
862010
Dialect variation and reading: Is change in nonmainstream American English use related to reading achievement in first and second grades?
NP Terry, CMD Connor, Y Petscher, CR Conlin
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2012
712012
Relations between dialect variation, grammar, and early spelling skills
NP Terry
Reading and Writing 19 (9), 907-931, 2006
702006
Oral narrative performance of African American prekindergartners who speak nonmainstream American English
NP Terry, MT Mills, GE Bingham, S Mansour, N Marencin
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2013
552013
Early language and literacy achievement of early reading first students in kindergarten and 1st grade in the United States
GE Bingham, N Patton-Terry
Journal of Research in Childhood Education 27 (4), 440-453, 2013
492013
Changing nonmainstream American English use and early reading achievement from kindergarten to first grade
NP Terry, CMD Connor
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Rockville, MD, 2012
432012
The phonological hypothesis as a valuable framework for studying the relation of dialect variation to early reading skills.
NP Terry, HS Scarborough
Psychology Press, 2011
392011
Progress in language and literacy skills among children with disabilities in inclusive early reading first classrooms
KB Green, NP Terry, PA Gallagher
Topics in Early Childhood Special Education 33 (4), 249-259, 2014
382014
Classwide teacher implementation of self-regulated strategy development for writing with students with E/BD in a residential facility
RP Ennis, K Jolivette, NP Terry, LD Fredrick, PA Alberto
Journal of Behavioral Education 24 (1), 88-111, 2015
362015
African American English and spelling: How do second graders spell dialect-sensitive features of words?
N Patton-Terry, C Connor
Learning Disability Quarterly 33 (3), 199-210, 2010
332010
Examining relationships among dialect variation and emergent literacy skills
NP Terry
Communication Disorders Quarterly 33 (2), 67-77, 2012
322012
Phonemic awareness development in 2.5-and 3.5-year-old children: an examination of emergent, receptive, knowledge and skills
BB Kenner, NP Terry, AH Friehling, LL Namy
Reading and Writing 30 (7), 1575-1594, 2017
272017
Dialect variation and phonological knowledge: Phonological representations and metalinguistic awareness among beginning readers who speak nonmainstream American English
NP Terry
Applied Psycholinguistics 35 (1), 155, 2014
252014
Assessing the narrative abilities of Spanish-speaking preschool children: A Spanish adaptation of the narrative assessment protocol
BK Gorman, GE Bingham, CE Fiestas, NP Terry
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 36, 307-317, 2016
202016
The effects of dialect awareness instruction on nonmainstream American English speakers
L Johnson, NP Terry, CMD Connor, S Thomas-Tate
Reading and Writing 30 (9), 2009-2038, 2017
192017
Dialect variation, dialect-shifting, and reading comprehension in second grade
NP Terry, CMD Connor, L Johnson, A Stuckey, N Tani
Reading and writing 29 (2), 267-295, 2016
192016
Phonological awareness skills in young African American English speakers
SM Mitri, NP Terry
Reading and Writing 27 (3), 555-569, 2014
192014
Language variation and literacy learning: The case of African American English
JA Washington, NP Terry, MS Seidenberg
Handbook of language and literacy: Development and disorders, 204-221, 2013
182013
The relationship between parents' literacy skills and their preschool children's emergent literacy skills
NA Taylor, D Greenberg, NP Terry
COABE Journal 5 (2), 5, 2016
162016
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