Intensive instruction leads to long-term gains in second language fluency and comprehensibility

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Original publication
French, L.M., Gagné, N. & Collins, L. (2020). Long-term effects of intensive instruction on fluency, comprehensibility and accentedness. Journal of Second Language Pronunciation, 6(3), 380-401. doi: https://doi.org/10.1075/jslp.20026.fre
Writer of summary
Berrios, J. et al.
Upload date
05 October 2021
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Language being learned
Age of learners
First language of learners
Country / region
Subnational region
Quebec
Educational stage
Feature being learned
Type of instruction
Intensive instruction vs regular instruction
Amount of instruction
400 hours vs 60 hours

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Berrios, J. et al. (2021). Intensive instruction leads to long-term gains in second language fluency and comprehensibility. OASIS Summary of French, L.M., Gagné, N. & Collins, L. (2020) in Journal of Second Language Pronunciation. https://oasis-database.org/concern/summaries/7s75dc90r?locale=en

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