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Could you say that in "bon francais", please?: How students experience oral corrective feedback in minority French language classrooms Discovering the experiences of hearing, regular education American Sign Language students English language acquisition through bilingual education Identifying adult second language teachers' perspectives on andragogy linked with pedagogy in a classroom setting Impact of adolescents' first language literacy on second language acquisition Implementing the Common Core States Standards: Processes and challenges of world language teachers Pedagogy and related criteria: The selection of software for computer assisted language learning Quantum linguistics and didactics of foreign language intensive teaching Ready or not: The experiences of elementary two-way immersion teachers Role-play in foreign language acquisition: A causal-comparative study Self-directedness among american sign language learners: A study of first semester college students Student perception of collaborative and competitive instruction when used to engage world language students in the classroom Teacher perceptions of technology and learner motivation in the second language classroom The importance of second-language competence in the 21st-century workplace: Perceptions of professors, teachers, college students, employment agents, and administrators The perceptions of community college students to foreign language acquisition grounded in Multiple Intelligence theory The qualities, practices, and theories held by award-winning second language college teachers What do virtual foreign language teachers report as the teaching practices that work so that their students can learn a foreign language in virtual schools?