Patterns of language dominance in German-Turkish heritage bilingualism: the case of adolescent learners of French

Christoph Gabriel & Jonas Grünke | Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz This contribution focuses on heritage bilingualism and concomitant language dominance patterns by analyzing six German-Turkish high school students, who have grown up in Northern Germany (ages 15–17). We calculated dominance scores for the participants based on the interplay of language use and self-assessed proficiency as indicated… Patterns of language dominance in German-Turkish heritage bilingualism: the case of adolescent learners of French weiterlesen

Russian as a truly foreign language

Marina Aksenova | Minin University (Nizhny Novgorod State Pedagogical University), Russia Export of Russian education abroad resulted in multinational classes at universities when students from different countries studied together in one environment. The paper analyses different ways of studying and acquiring Russian as a foreign language that can be observed among students with different learning… Russian as a truly foreign language weiterlesen