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The effect of formulaic sequences training on fluency development in an ESL classroom . Nel de Jong , Queens College of CUNY Laura Halderman , University of Pittsburgh Megan Ross , Northwestern University. AAAL 2009, Denver, CO. What is Fluency?. Broad vs. narrow definition (Lennon, 1990)
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Nel de Jong, Queens College of CUNY
Laura Halderman, University of Pittsburgh
Megan Ross, Northwestern University
AAAL 2009, Denver, CO
(Towell et al., 1996)
One 50-minute session
Results from Session B only: most FSs per speech
This work was supported in part by the Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center, which is funded by the National Science Foundation award number SBE-0354420.
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