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  1. The positive relationship between out-of-school exposure and vocabulary knowledge

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  2. Looking at heritage speakers from bilingualism and social justice perspectives

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  3. Losing and regaining a childhood language

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  4. Who benefits from the Seal of Biliteracy?

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  5. Is a particular phonics approach better for teaching reading?

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  6. Bilingual children with better attention know more words

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  7. The reasons heritage speakers often do not develop full proficiency in their heritage language

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  8. The creative and spontaneous opportunities families have during everyday mealtimes to practise and learn their minority languages in a Swedish speaking society.

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  9. How children view the role of the family in learning and using of heritage languages

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  10. Which factors influence early language learning?

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  11. Assessing bilingual children – what if testing both languages is not possible?

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  12. Exploring young learners’ foreign language learning awareness

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  13. Children using multiple languages together in the classroom: a method for learning and teaching

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  14. How internal and external factors influence the development of children’s second language

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  15. Reading, language, and memory skills of bilingual and monolingual children aged 9-14

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  16. The influence of age on language learning in and outside the classroom

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  17. The effects of early language learning later in life

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  18. Bilinguals are not two monolinguals in one person

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  19. How bilingual does a child need to be to benefit from a cognitive advantage?

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  20. Multiple languages offer speakers more than one way to express their emotions

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