Exploiting non-formal language learning opportunities on study abroad programmes

Philip HOARE

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Abstract

This paper explores non-formal second language learning opportunities reported by Hong Kong students during semester-long study abroad in Britain, Canada and Australia. It analyses instances reported as fruitful, attempts to explain what characterises these and matches them to stages of acculturation. It considers how, if at all, pre-departure preparation can help students exploit non-formal language learning opportunities while overseas.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Citation

Hoare, P. (2009, April). Exploiting non-formal language learning opportunities on study abroad programmes. Paper presented at the 43rd International Annual IATEFL Conference, Cardiff, England.

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