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1. Non-Native English-Speaking Teachers and Professional Legitimacy: A Sociocultural Theoretical Perspective on Identity Realization

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2. Cultural Dimensions of Foreign Language Learning: A Sociocultural Perspective

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3. DRAFTING A NEW CHAPTER ON CRITICAL FRIENDS GROUPS: EXPLORING TEACHER LEARNING FROM A VYGOTSKIAN PERSPECTIVE

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4. DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT OF LISTENING COMPREHENSION IN SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

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5. Development of Meaning Making in Second Language Writing of Korean International Graduate Students: A Sociocultural and Cognitive Linguistic Perspective

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6. The Teachability Hypothesis and Concept-based Instruction: topicalization in Chinese as a Second Language

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7. Teaching Assistant Pedagogical Development: Evolution, Biological Change over Time, and Concept Based Instruction

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8. THE CULTURAL PROFICIENCY CONTINUUM DIALOGIC PROTOCOL: AN EMERGING TOOL FOR EXAMINING PRESERVICE TEACHERS' SOCIOCULTURAL CONSCIOUSNESS CONCERNING MAJORITY-MINORITY SCHOOLS AND STUDENT POPULATIONS

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9. A process of becoming: A longitudinal analysis of pre-service teacher development through an MA TESL program

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10. An integrated corpus and genre analysis approach to writing research and pedagogy: Development of graduate student genre knowledge

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11. Reconceptualizing language in community-based adult ESL: A Vygotskian sociocultural theoretical professional development intervention

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12. ALL in the Dialogue: A discourse analytic approach to advising in language learning

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13. Reconceptualizing the "world" in World Language Education: Mediating student teacher's learning to teach World Languages through the lens of social justice.

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14. Concept-Based Language Instruction as the Mediational Means of Novice Language Teacher Development

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