Working with many languages
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Working with many languages a handbook for community language teachers by Paula Tansley

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Published by School Curriculum Development Committee in (s.l.) .
Written in English

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The Mother Tongue Project ... supported by the Commission of the European Communities.

StatementPaula Tansley, Hasina Nowaz, Maria Roussou.
ContributionsNowaz, Hasina., Roussou, Maria., School Curriculum Development Committee., Mother Tongue Project.
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Open LibraryOL14460037M

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