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A reflective approach to HE language provision: integrating context and language through semistructured reflection

Haines, K. & Ashworth - Kadwell, A., 2008, Realizing Content and Language Integration in Higher Education. Wilkinson, R. & Zegers, V. (eds.). University of Maastricht, p. 201-211 11 p.

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APA

Haines, K., & Ashworth - Kadwell, A. (2008). A reflective approach to HE language provision: integrating context and language through semistructured reflection. In R. Wilkinson, & V. Zegers (Eds.), Realizing Content and Language Integration in Higher Education (pp. 201-211). University of Maastricht.

Author

Haines, Kevin ; Ashworth - Kadwell, Angela. / A reflective approach to HE language provision : integrating context and language through semistructured reflection. Realizing Content and Language Integration in Higher Education. editor / Robert Wilkinson ; Vera Zegers. University of Maastricht, 2008. pp. 201-211

Harvard

Haines, K & Ashworth - Kadwell, A 2008, A reflective approach to HE language provision: integrating context and language through semistructured reflection. in R Wilkinson & V Zegers (eds), Realizing Content and Language Integration in Higher Education. University of Maastricht, pp. 201-211.

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A reflective approach to HE language provision : integrating context and language through semistructured reflection. / Haines, Kevin; Ashworth - Kadwell, Angela.

Realizing Content and Language Integration in Higher Education. ed. / Robert Wilkinson; Vera Zegers. University of Maastricht, 2008. p. 201-211.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademic

Vancouver

Haines K, Ashworth - Kadwell A. A reflective approach to HE language provision: integrating context and language through semistructured reflection. In Wilkinson R, Zegers V, editors, Realizing Content and Language Integration in Higher Education. University of Maastricht. 2008. p. 201-211


BibTeX

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