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Attitudes, motivation and attained proficiency in ESL : a sociolinguistic study of American Samoan ninth graders
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|Title:||Attitudes, motivation and attained proficiency in ESL : a sociolinguistic study of American Samoan ninth graders|
|Authors:||Vogel, Kenneth R.|
|Contributors:||English as a Second Language (department)|
|LC Subject Headings:||English language--Study and teaching--Samoan speakers.|
Motivation in education.
|Abstract:||A population of American Samoan secondary students was studied in order to determine if there is a relationship between their motivational orientation and attitudes, and their proficiency in English as a Second Language. Ninety-seven ninth graders from Sa|
|Description:||M. A. University of Hawaii at Manoa 1978|
Bibliography: leaves 51-53.
|Pages/Duration:||vi, 53 leaves.|
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M.A. - English as a Second Language|
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