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Under what conditions do language learners speak? How is a learner's changing identity related to the process of language learning? How can language teachers address the complex histories of language learners? These are the questions that are central to this title. Under what conditions do language learners speak? How is a learner's changing identity related to the process of language learning? How can language teachers address the complex histories of language learners? These are the questions that are central to this title.


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Under what conditions do language learners speak? How is a learner's changing identity related to the process of language learning? How can language teachers address the complex histories of language learners? These are the questions that are central to this title. Under what conditions do language learners speak? How is a learner's changing identity related to the process of language learning? How can language teachers address the complex histories of language learners? These are the questions that are central to this title.

37 review for Identity and Language Learning: Gender, Ethnicity and Educational Change

  1. 5 out of 5

    Brett Francis

    For a class presentation. I finished it, and we did awesome on our presentation, but overall I wasn't the biggest fan of the study itself. Kind of one sided--for a book that says it's about "gender," the study only had women. How can you broadly generalize that to male experiences in language learner, too without any male voices in your research? But oh well, could have read one of the other three books on the list that sounded way more boring than this one haha. For a class presentation. I finished it, and we did awesome on our presentation, but overall I wasn't the biggest fan of the study itself. Kind of one sided--for a book that says it's about "gender," the study only had women. How can you broadly generalize that to male experiences in language learner, too without any male voices in your research? But oh well, could have read one of the other three books on the list that sounded way more boring than this one haha.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ted Graham

    Agreat book of case studies on the development of second language learning. A need to read for anyone interested in the education of ELLs.

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