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  1. To what extent do information gap tasks do what they were designed to do?

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  2. Working against native-speakerism in English teacher training

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  3. Nonnative speakers are more tolerant of unconventional sentences and have “noisier” knowledge of acceptable expressions in a second language

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  4. More than words: Examining cross-disciplinary academic language skills that support middle graders to comprehend what they read

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  5. Do middle-class native English-speaking children dominate bilingual programs in America?

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  6. How an underemphasized future form (lexical futures) reveals learner development

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  7. Do classroom learners of Mandarin Chinese improve in their speech perception?

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

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  9. Does the source of linguistic scaffolding matter for grammar learning?

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  10. Experiments on formulaic sequences in a second language

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