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Title:Heritage Learners and Their Success in Language Class
Author(s):Gianni, Domenico
Subject(s):Heritage Learners, Language Class
Abstract:Through my research I hoped to answer the following questions: How does being a heritage learner impact a student's success in a language class here at the university? Does it change their role in the classroom? Are there unfair pressures placed on these students to perform?
Issue Date:2011-08
Course / Semester:ENGL401 Spring 2011: Introduction to the Story of the English Language
Professor Catherine Viera
Date Available in IDEALS:2011-08-18

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