The following publications were published recently by the Science Shop of Language, Culture and Communication. More information about these project will soon be published online. Older publications from the Science Shop Language, Culture and Communication can be downloaded from our digital database. Most papers are only written in Dutch, but some have a summary in English.
These are our recent English and French reports:
- Toonder, Jeanette den, Sandra van Voorst & Saskia Visser (2017), Cultural transfer in reading groups: from theory to practice and back, Article in: Research for all.
- Berghuis, Stephanie (2017), What do you have to know about feedback to learn a language effectively? Internship Applied Linguistics.
- Palmen, Andrej (2016), Serbian heritage language schools in the Netherlands through the eyes of the parents, Ma-thesis Minorities and Multilingualism, September 2016
- Zijlstra, Dardo (2013), Communication in English Reading Groups, april 2013
- Wilbertz, Johannes (2013), Evaluating societal relevance of research, Honours College Master work, April 2013
- Wever, Yvonne (2012), La dyslexie et la méthode AIM, Master thesis Roman Languages and Cultures, Octobre 2012
- Rousse-Malpat, Audrey (2012), Effectiveness of Focus on Form versus Focus on Meaning, Research Master thesis, August 2012
- Jans, Daan (2011), A comparative study on the effects of AIM on oral language production skills, Master thesis Applied Linguistics, June 2011
- Rousse-Malpat, Audrey (2011), Iedereen spreekt hier Frans. On the AIM: a comparitive study on writing skills, Master thesis Applied Linguistics, June 2011.
- Buijs, Charlotte (2009), The Leprechaun Language. Differing opinions on the Emerald Isle , Article for minor Applied Linguistics, August 2009.
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