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Second Language Socialization and Learner Agency: Adoptive Family Talk
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Second Language Socialization and Learner Agency: Adoptive Family TalkThis book examines how Russian-speaking adoptees in three US families actively shape opportunities for language learning and identity construction in everyday interactions. This work focuses on how learners achieve agency in second language socialization processes and informs the fields of second language acquisition and language maintenance and shift.
 
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Educational Resource Management: An International Perspective
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Educational Resource Management: An International PerspectiveThis book outlines the growing understanding of financial and resource management in schools and colleges, explaining the context of an open systems model and the implications of this for resource allocation at national and institutional levels. Within this framework, the authors consider resource planning, budgeting, and control and evaluation, in addition to the particular issues of asset management and stewardship. The book makes use of current literature, as well as drawing upon examples from international practice throughout.
 
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Reading Literature Historically: Drama and Poetry from Chaucer to the Reformation
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Reading Literature Historically: Drama and Poetry from Chaucer to the ReformationPioneer of early-modern literary historicism reads Medieval & early Tudor drama & poetry historically. How far should we try to read medieval and early modern texts historically? Does the attempt to uncover how such texts might have been received by their original readers and audiences uncover new, hitherto unexpected contemporary resonances in them? Or does it flatten works of art into mere 'secondary sources' for historical analysis? This book makes the case for the study of literature in context.
 
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How It Works Illustrated - Issue No.1
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How It Works Illustrated - Issue No.1How It Works Illustrated - Issue No.1

How It Works Illustrated is everything you love about learning. Packed with fascinating stories about the world around us, each 132 page issue is dedicated to explaining everything readers want to know about one mind blowing topic. As well as amazing stories and features, How It Works Illustrated also offers brain-busting puzzles, challenges and quizzes to stimulate your mind and truly bring learning to life.
 
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How It Works Illustrated Ц Issue 2, 2014
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How It Works Illustrated – Issue 2, 2014How It Works Illustrated – Issue 2, 2014

With fun, easy-to-understand explanations and wonderful artwork to amaze the eye, How It Works Illustrated is everything you love about learning in one monthly, travel-sized magazine. Each issue is dedicated to explaining all you need to know about one fascinating topic, from ancient Rome to space exploration and beyond. This innovative new magazine is packed with interesting and engaging stories about the world around us along with mind blowing puzzles, challenges and quizzes to stimulate minds and bring learning to life.
 
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Science Ц 22 August 2014
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Science – 22 August 2014Science – 22 August 2014

The major focus of the journal is publishing important original scientific research and research reviews, but Science also publishes science-related news, opinions on science policy and other matters of interest to scientists and others who are concerned with the wide implications of science and technology. Unlike most scientific journals, which focus on a specific field, Science and its rival Nature cover the full range of scientific disciplines.
 
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That-clause as a noun clause - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -
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That-clause as a noun clause - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -That-clause as a noun clause - Grammar short lessons - 2014 -

A that-clause is an example of a noun clause. It can be the subject or the object of the verb.

I believe that he is innocent.

Here the that-clause ‘that he is innocent’ is the object of the verb believe......

 
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