Vyhmeister, Shawna


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The Impact of Spirituality on Academic Performance 
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Language Learners and School Readiness: A Case Study of Two Korean Boys
Choo Chung Ok

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Language Learners and School Readiness: A Case Study of Two Korean Boys

Abstract: Language learning and school readiness interact. Students who start first grade in a new language may be experience readiness differently from what native speaker children experience. Beginning language learners will act differently in social and school settings than more advanced language learners. This study pictures two small Korean boys studying in a summer school program, preparing for first grade in English. It compares the views of teachers, students, the boys, and their parents, about the process they are going through.

Choo Chung Ok



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