Research and evaluation of second language programs

evaluation of four experimental French programs in schools of Carleton Roman Catholic Separate School Board (final report, 1973-1974), evaluation of the four federally-funded extensions of the second language (French) programs in the schools of the Carleton Roman Catholic Separate School Board (final report, 1974-1975)
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French philology -- Study and teaching -- Ontario -- Carleton, French language -- Study and teaching -- English speakers, Second language acquis

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StatementC. E. McInnis, E. E. Donoghue.
ContributionsDonoghue, E. E., joint author.
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LC ClassificationsPC2068.O57 M3
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