Listening to our learners' voices: pupils' constructions of language learning in an urban school
Lamb, Terence E. (2005) Listening to our learners' voices: pupils' constructions of language learning in an urban school. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Modern language learning in secondary schools has been described as being in a state of crisis, with ever-decreasing numbers of learners continuing to learn languages longer than is compulsory. This crisis is particularly acute in specific contexts, such as urban areas, resulting in generally differential levels of motivation and achievement according to social background.
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