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Feedback on feedback – does it work? / Speicher, Oranna; Stollhans, Sascha.

Critical CALL – Proceedings of the 2015 EUROCALL Conference, Padova, Italy. ed. / Francesca Helm; Linda Bradley; Marta Guarda; Sylvie Thouësny. Dublin : Research-publishing.net, 2015. p. 507-511.

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Speicher, O & Stollhans, S 2015, Feedback on feedback – does it work? in FH, LB, M Guarda & S Thouësny (eds), Critical CALL – Proceedings of the 2015 EUROCALL Conference, Padova, Italy. Research-publishing.net, Dublin, pp. 507-511. https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2015.000384

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Speicher, O., & Stollhans, S. (2015). Feedback on feedback – does it work? In F. H., L. B., M. Guarda, & S. Thouësny (Eds.), Critical CALL – Proceedings of the 2015 EUROCALL Conference, Padova, Italy (pp. 507-511). Research-publishing.net. https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2015.000384

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Speicher O, Stollhans S. Feedback on feedback – does it work? In FH, LB, Guarda M, Thouësny S, editors, Critical CALL – Proceedings of the 2015 EUROCALL Conference, Padova, Italy. Dublin: Research-publishing.net. 2015. p. 507-511 https://doi.org/10.14705/rpnet.2015.000384

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Speicher, Oranna ; Stollhans, Sascha. / Feedback on feedback – does it work?. Critical CALL – Proceedings of the 2015 EUROCALL Conference, Padova, Italy. editor / Francesca Helm ; Linda Bradley ; Marta Guarda ; Sylvie Thouësny. Dublin : Research-publishing.net, 2015. pp. 507-511

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