Krashen References Nov 2021

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Ashtari, N. and Krashen, S. 2020. How not to improve heritage language competence: The case of Farsi. Language and Language Teaching. 9,2,18: 53-55.

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Krashen, S. 2011. Protecting students against the effects of poverty: Libraries. New England Reading Association Journal 46 (2): 17-21.

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