Items where Course is MA APPLIED LINGUISTICS AND TESOL (DL)

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Brooks, Robyn Lyle (2013) The impact of in-service workshops on English language teacher motivation. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

C

Child, Leonora (2008) Language policy in England and the English language tequirements for those seeking naturalization: does one test fit all? Issues of Fairness in ESOL testing and the policies that lie behind the tests. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Fuchs, Caroline (2015) Is content and language integrated learning (CLIL) a viable option for language learning in the UK and what are the implications for British schools wishing to make provision for CLIL? MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Goosey, William M. (2010) Negotiating emergent methodologies: short term case studies in teacher-technology interactions with naïve IWB users in a young learner context. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Leslie, Carolyn E. (2009) The spread of English in Portugal: a contribution to an understanding of the phenomenon. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Mendes, Ashley (2011) Can storytelling genre instruction make a difference: a study in a Chinese tertiary oral class. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Naish, Elizabeth (2009) An analysis of the benefit of two teaching approaches for English as an Additional Language pupils in mainstream schools. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Plumb, Andrew (2009) Understanding willingness to communicate in a second language: a Taiwanese perspective. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Richards, Lewis David (2013) An investigation into the observation of in-service EFL teachers by teacher educators: towards a developmental and non-judgemental model of observation. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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Ueno-Howells, Russell J. (2010) A single case study into the extent to which awareness and use of kinesics within UK non-verbal communication norms benefit a Japanese candidate taking the IELTS speaking module. MA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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