Peer-Peer Dialogues about Grammatical Forms: First Language Use in Immersion Classes
The use of L1 during L2 tasks in a partial immersion French programme.
||Collaborative Tasks, Peer-Peer Dialogue, Partial Immersion, L1 use in L2 Classroom Tasks
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp.135-140.
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After teaching French and Italian in Australian secondary schools, and
English in French schools, Margaret Gearon moved into teacher education
in languages at Melbourne and then Monash Universities. She has conducted
research into teachers' use of the target language in secondary school
classrooms in Australia and is currently researching a partial immersion
programme in French at a secondary school in Melbourne. Her other research
interests include the development of biliteracy and biculturalism in
community languages after-hours programmes and the changing needs of
pre-service teacher trainees in languages.
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