Emergent Literacy Behaviors During Picture-Book Sharing with Adults
- Shared gaze, looking at illustrations to which the parent is pointing
- Facial expressions indicating comprehension or prediction of book content
- Attempts to turn pages and assist in holding the book
- Shows memory for story content by verbal and nonverbal behaviors (gestures, verbalization, or sounds) in predicting upcoming events portrayed in the picture/story book
- Uses gestures or questionlike verbalizations to elicit responses from parent
- Participates in labeling objects or actions pictured, or in asking for the parent to provide the label, indicating listening vocabulary and expressive vocabulary
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