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Classroom interaction and learning opportunities across time and space

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Classroom interaction and learning opportunities across time and space. / Batstone, Rob; Philp, Jenefer.

Second language interaction in diverse educational contexts. ed. / Kim McDonough; Alison Mackey. 2013 : John Benjamins, 2013. p. 109-125.

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Batstone, R & Philp, J 2013, Classroom interaction and learning opportunities across time and space. in K McDonough & A Mackey (eds), Second language interaction in diverse educational contexts. John Benjamins, 2013, pp. 109-125.

APA

Batstone, R., & Philp, J. (2013). Classroom interaction and learning opportunities across time and space. In K. McDonough, & A. Mackey (Eds.), Second language interaction in diverse educational contexts (pp. 109-125). John Benjamins.

Vancouver

Batstone R, Philp J. Classroom interaction and learning opportunities across time and space. In McDonough K, Mackey A, editors, Second language interaction in diverse educational contexts. 2013: John Benjamins. 2013. p. 109-125

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Batstone, Rob ; Philp, Jenefer. / Classroom interaction and learning opportunities across time and space. Second language interaction in diverse educational contexts. editor / Kim McDonough ; Alison Mackey. 2013 : John Benjamins, 2013. pp. 109-125

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