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Identity in foreign language learning and teaching: why listening to our students’ and teachers’ voices really matters

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This study explores the identity perceptions, declared learner achievement and teacher perceptions. 

Florentina Taylor, Vera Busse, Lubina Gagova, Emma Marsden and Barbara Roosken

The importance of providing a personally relevant learning and teaching environment is discussed and the report provides several practical suggestions of how this can be achieved.

4,151 students and 161 teachers from Bulgaria, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain completed on-line questionnaires. The relationship between identity perceptions and achievement is one which has not been studied in-depth.

This publication is free to download.