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Journal Title: The Modern Language Journal
Volume/Issue:   97/2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: To read the entire Summer 2013 issue of The Modern Language Journal, including articles, perspectives, commentaries, book reviews and more, visit
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The Wor(l)d is a Collage: Multi-Performance by Chinese Heritage Language Speakers (pages 304–317)
Agnes Weiyun He

The Acquisition of the Korean Honorific Affix (u)si by Advanced L2 Learners (pages 318–339)
Jeansue Mueller and Nan Jiang

Learning English Through Social Interaction: The Case of Big Brother 2006, Finland (pages 340–359)
Leila Kääntä, Heidi Jauni, Sirpa LeppäNen, Saija Peuronen and Terhi Paakkinen

Styling in a Language Learned Later in Life (pages 360–382)
Ben Rampton

“La Orquesta”: Symbolic Performance in a Multilingual Community of Practice (pages 383–396)
Michele Back

The Function of Gesture in Lexically Focused L2 Instructional Conversations (pages 397–416)
Tetyana Smotrova and James P. Lantolf

Using the Hand to Choreograph Instruction: On the Functional Role of Gesture in Definition Talk (pages 417–434)
Hassan Belhiah

Foreign Language Learning Motivation in Higher Education: A Longitudinal Study of Motivational Changes and Their Causes (pages 435–456)
Vera Busse and Catherine Walter

Arabic and English During Study Abroad in Cairo, Egypt: Issues of Access and Use (pages 457–473)
Emma Trentman

Strategy Inventory for Language Learning–ELL Student Form: Testing for Factorial Validity (pages 474–489)
Yuliya Ardasheva and Thomas R. Tretter

Teachers' Education in Socratic Dialogue: Some Effects on Teacher–Learner Interaction (pages 490–505)
Dubravka Knežić

Explicit Information, Grammatical Sensitivity, and the First-Noun Principle: A Cross-Linguistic Study in Processing Instruction (pages 506–527)
Bill Vanpatten, Erin Collopy, Joseph E. Price, Stefanie Borst and Anthony Qualin
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Arabic, Standard
Chinese, Mandarin
English
Korean
 
LL Issue: 24.2232