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Immersion Education Bibliographies
Web

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The Immersion Projects at CARLA offers a selected bibliography focused on issues of one-way language immersion and another bibliography on the hot topic of language immersion and the underperforming learner. Also provided is a link to a bibliography on two-way immersion sponsored by CAL.

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Immersion Education Resources
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The list includes information on the following resources for immersion education: Directories for Immersion Programs Listservs on Immersion Education Professional Organizations and Journals Curricular and Program Development Materials Immersion Teacher Development Parent Support Online Resources for Immersion Practitioners

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Hoping and Language Learning
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To what degree do our methods provide productive pathways and confidence to aid our language learners? Tim Murphey discusses the importance of fostering language learners' hope, agency, imagined selves, and communities motivation and ways to do so.

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