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The Total Physical Response Approach to Second Language Learning
titude towards second language learning. In a doctoral dissertation published in 1958, Miele reported that of all our official American representatives abroad, only one in thirty could speak theExpand
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Learning Another Language Through Actions: The Complete Teacher's Guidebook
The first goal of a teacher using TPR is to help the students develop listening fluency While most second language learning methods are only directed at the left brain of the learner, TPR focuses on the right brain. Expand
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Learning Another Language Through Actions
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The Optimal Age to Learn a Foreign Language
its advanced placement, especially in methodology and goals. Both levels influence each other if they have conferences which are freely attended and participated in by both sides. Perhaps Politzer isExpand
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The Biographical Item: Can It Be Improved.
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Waardenburg syndrome (WS) type I is caused by defects at multiple loci, one of which is near ALPP on chromosome 2: first report of the WS consortium.
Previous studies have localized the gene for Waardenburg syndrome (WS) type I to the distal portion of chromosome 2q, near the ALPP locus. We pooled linkage data obtained from 41 WS type I and 3 WSExpand
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A gene for congenital, recessive deafness DFNB3 maps to the pericentromeric region of chromosome 17
Two percent of the residents of Bengkala, Bali, have profound, congenital, neurosensory, nonsyndromal deafness due to an autosomal recessive mutation at the DFNB3 locus. We have employed a directExpand
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Children's First Language as a Model for Second Language Learning.
THE most difficult learning task in school is the attempt to achieve fluency in a foreign language. For instance, after two years of stressful study in high school trying to achieve skill in French,Expand
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Congenital non-syndromal autosomal recessive deafness in Bengkala, an isolated Balinese village.
Bengkala is an Indonesian village located on the north shore of Bali that has existed for over 700 years. Currently, 2.2% of the 2185 people in this village have profound congenital deafness. InExpand
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