Esther Bettney
Esther Bettney
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Examining the teaching and learning of English in an immersion program in Honduras
E Bettney
Unpublished MA thesis). Queen’s University, Canada, 2015
22015
A picture is worth a thousand words: Portraying language learning experiences in a bilingual school in Honduras
E Bettney
Colombian Applied Linguistics Journal 19 (2), 177-192, 2017
12017
Assessment and Motivation: Perspectives from Teacher candidates
Y Wu, L Cheng, E Bettney
Conference Paper, 2014
12014
Glocal Network Shifts: Exploring Language Policies and Practices in International Schools
E Bettney, J Nordmeyer
Global Education Review 8 (2-3), 116-137, 2021
2021
The Negotiation of Students’ National Identities in a Bilingual School in Honduras
E Bettney
Journal of Language, Identity & Education 20 (4), 271-284, 2021
2021
Motherhood across Borders: Immigration and Their Children in Mexico and New York. Gabrielle Oliveira. NY: New York University Press, 2018. 247 pp.
V Peña, E Bettney
Anthropology & Education Quarterly 50 (3), 374-375, 2019
2019
Una imagen vale mas que mil palabras: retratar experiencias de aprendizaje de idiomas en una escuela bilingue en Honduras
E Bettney
Colombian Applied Linguistics Journal 19 (2), 177-193, 2017
2017
Challenges Faced by National and International Christian English Teachers in Honduras
E Bettney
International Journal of Christianity and English Language Teaching 4 (1), 5, 2017
2017
Assessment and Motivation: Perspectives from Teacher Candidates
E Bettney
Tag: case study
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Tag: heteroglossia
E BETTNEY
Tag: language policy
E BETTNEY
Research Proposal: Exploring Heteroglossic Approaches through a Comparative Case Study of Spanish-English Bilingual Schools
E BETTNEY
Tag: bilingual education
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A picture is worth a thousand words: Portraying language learning experiences in a bilingual school in Honduras1 Una imagen vale más que mil palabras: retratar experiencias de …
E Bettney
Looking through the crystal: Considering various perspectives on an immersion program in Honduras
E Bettney
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