2005-2006 SLAT Dissertations

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Student NameAdvisor(s)TitleLink to Current Information
Hyunok AhnRobert AriewThe Impact of Individual Learner Characteristics and Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication on Language Production in Learners of English
Sara Mariel BeaudrieRobert AriewSpanish Heritage Language Development: A Causal-Comparative Study Exploring the Differential Effects of Heritage Versus Foreign Language Curriculum
Patrick BolgerCecile McKeeAlphabetic processing in English and Spanish
Alan Victor BrownRenate SchulzStudents’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of Effective Teaching in the Foreign Language Classroom: A Comparison of Ideals and Ratings
Sharon K. DeckertSusan Philips and Linda WaughThe Construction of Functional Identities in Forensic Interviews with Children
Cynthia M. DucarLinda Waugh(Re)Presentations of U.S. Latinos: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Spanish Heritage Language Textbooks
Senta GoertlerMary Wildner-BassettTeacher Participation and Feedback Styles During Classroom Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication in Intermediate German: A Multiple Case Study
Greg L.ThompsonRenate SchulzTeacher and Student First Language and Target Language Use in the Foreign Language Classroom: A Qualitative and Quantitative Study of Language Choice

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