Mitchell, Jane T.

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The international student in the University of North Carolina 1985 11 The purpose of this study is dual in nature. The first is to review the literature in order to investigate the important stages of an international student's sojourn, to identify and define the offices and persons in the American university that dire...
The design, implementation, and evaluation of a French immersion weekend 1988 20 The design, implementation, and evaluation of a French language weekend immersion experience are described. The weekend camp had the goals of total Immersion in the foreign language, exposure to authentic culture, meaningful group Interaction for the...
The planning and implementation of the North Carolina second language program in selected elementary school districts 1989 14 The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics of the planning and implementation process of the second language programs in the elementary schools of three school districts in North Carolina in order to determine which of these charac...
A Freirian approach to world view instruction in the foreign language curriculum 1990 22 In the field of foreign language education, the progress being made in enhancing multi-cultural understanding and providing the student with a comprehension of alternative world views has been very slow. Most cultural instruction is focused on trivia...
An interpretive inquiry into psycho-social development of students with learning disabilities and how it views foreign language learning 1995 5 This interpretive inquiry was undertaken to examine the psycho-social factors associated with college students who have learning disabilities. Specifically, twelve students with learning disabilities were selected for this study who were denied permi...