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The Home Run Book Experience

Vinnie Jordan Henkin and Stephen Krashen chronicle the Naruto Breakthrough: How the discovery of manga books was a catalyst in the English language development of a teen The concept of the home run book was...
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Stories Bring It Home

Kate Nguyen and Nile Stanley research resilience in language learners and its relationship to storytelling International students who study a second language abroad may experience more adjustment problems than their domestic peers (Narra-Tumma & Claudius,...

There’s No Sound Like Home

New study shows that babies learn language best from speakers that sound like their caregivers. Language development in bilingual children remains a contested and enigmatic phenomenon and, oftentimes, it’s hard to distinguish myth from fact....

Alaska Home to Rare Russian Dialect

Linguists to compile dictionary from septuagenarian speakers by 2014. A Russian settlement in Alaska that became isolated from the Russian Empire when the U.S. bought the Alaska Territory in 1867 still speaks a rare Russian...
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