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Motivational trajectories for early language learning across the primary–secondary school transition

Motivational trajectories for early language learning across the primary–secondary school transition

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GRAHAM, Suzanne, Louise COURTNEY, Alan TONKYN, Theodoros MARINIS, 2016. Motivational trajectories for early language learning across the primary–secondary school transition. In: British Educational Research Journal. 42(4), pp. 682-702. ISSN 0141-1926. eISSN 1469-3518. Available under: doi: 10.1002/berj.3230

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