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  1. The manifold effects of bilingualism on brain structure

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  2. Sustained teacher training can help rural teachers support multilingual students

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  3. Immigration law and adult migrant language education

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  4. Using poetry as a more expressive approach to second language education

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  5. NESTs: Disconnections between theory, research, and practice

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  6. Drawing on young children’s linguistic diversity in class can benefit motivation and learning

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  7. How do children from different language environments differ in their understanding of what language is?

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  8. Language teaching and learning in the public library: A positive orientation to linguistic difference

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  9. Reframing science activity in the sheltered classroom

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  10. Is a lost language completely lost?

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  11. Does strong vocabulary knowledge in a sign language help deaf children to read better in English?

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  12. How much language can immigrant children learn through play?

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  13. Teaching bilinguals their heritage language: Theoretical and practical considerations

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  14. Encouraging multiple languages in the classroom and its effects on language proficiency

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  15. Minority language immersion education and its implications for language use at home

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  16. Which factors influence the ability to recognise unconventional word sequences?

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  17. Working against native-speakerism in English teacher training

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  18. Exploring multilingual peer group interactions and their impact on learning

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  19. Multilingual strategies and hierarchies in teaching and learning English writing

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  20. Rethinking the terms and labels applied to language minoritized students

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  21. Positioning of teacher expertise in TESOL-related curriculum standards

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  22. Bilingual and monolingual speakers produce gestures in synchrony with their speech

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  23. Different perspectives on heritage language development: Introducing a special issue of Language Learning

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  24. How can we promote positive attitudes towards foreign language learning?

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  25. Acquiring and maintaining a heritage language across the lifespan

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  26. The older the better? The complex role of age of bilingualism for native language acquisition and maintenance

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

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  28. Do phonological awareness skills develop differently for Spanish–English and Cantonese–English bilinguals?

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  29. How creative with vocabulary are heritage speakers of Spanish?

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  30. Heritage and homeland speakers of Slavic languages use grammar similarly in spontaneous speech

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

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  32. Losing and regaining a childhood language

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  33. How learners cope with ambiguity in foreign language vocabulary learning

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  34. Who benefits from the Seal of Biliteracy?

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  35. Minority language bilinguals have advantages in learning a new language

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  36. Bilingual children with better attention know more words

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

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  38. 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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  39. How similarity between languages can help language learning

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  40. How heritage speakers choose which vowel system to use

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

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

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  43. New teachers’ knowledge of languages and use of languages in the classroom

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  44. Creative idioms in English as a Lingua Franca

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  45. The relationship between multilingualism and tolerance of ambiguity

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  46. Who knows more words: bilingual or monolingual children?

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