Selected poster presentations from the American Association of Applied Linguistics conference, Denver, USA, March 2020

@article{Paradowski2021SelectedPP,
  title={Selected poster presentations from the American Association of Applied Linguistics conference, Denver, USA, March 2020},
  author={Michał B. Paradowski and Andrzej Jarynowski and Magdalena Jelińska and Karolina Czopek},
  journal={Language Teaching},
  year={2021},
  volume={54},
  pages={139 - 143}
}
1. Motivation Second language (L2) or target language (TL) acquisition can take place in different, both educational and leisure settings. One non-negligible context is social interactions in peer learner networks, particularly in immersion settings (Mitchell, McManus, & Tracy-Ventura, 2015; Mitchell, Tracy-Ventura, & McManus, 2017). A scenario that has been commonly assumed to lead to significant gains in students’ language proficiency is residence and study abroad (SA). However, extensive… 

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