An interview with graduate student Natalie Nutman (California State University, Long Beach)
Graduate student Natalie Nutman discusses her linguistic autobiography and what it meant to her to learn that she is a broad-definition HL learner of Spanish. The discussion addresses the differences between broad and narrow definition HL learners, as well as differences between second language learners and broad-definition HL learners. Also discussed is the linguistic autobiography as a tool for fostering linguistic awareness and a sense of belonging in HL learners in HL-only and mixed class.
Carreira, Maria. (Producer). (2019, July 12). Organizing principles and best practices for mixed classes [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://nhlrc.ucla.edu/nhlrc/article/205369
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