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What underlies immersion students' production: The case of avoir besoin de
(American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc.; http://www.actfl.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=1, 2004)
One of the advantages of having students work in pairs on language-related tasks is that teachers and researchers can listen to what the students say as they carry out their assigned tasks. What they say offers insights ...
Task outcomes: A focus on immersion students' use of pronominal verbs in their writing
(CAAL - ACLA - Association Canadienne de Linguistique Appliquee, 2000)
Grade eight French immersion students worked in pairs to complete one of two tasks (jigsaw or dictogloss) based on the same story, both involving the production of a written narrative. Before completing one of these tasks ...
Working in Pairs: Top Ten Quotes from Early French Immersion Students about their Peer Collaboration
(Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition, 2007)