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Are Heritage Language Learners More Proficient Speakers than Writers?

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  Alberta Gatti
  Syelle Graves

                                          

The Study

This page features details about ILETC’s 2020 publication in Foreign Language Annals, entitled “Are Heritage Speakers of Spanish Significantly Better at Speaking than at Writing? Results of an experiment on writing and speaking proficiencies—actual and perceived.”

Summary Published on OASIS

View the summary below; download a pdf of it here.

The summary has been published on the OASIS (Open Accessible Summaries in Language Studies) website, here, where it can also be freely downloaded.

OASIS_summary_Gatti Graves Are Heritage Speakers for ILETC SITE

Visit the Publication

Visit the publication on the Foreign Language Annals website: DOI https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/flan.12499

Full Citation

Gatti, A., & Graves, S. (2020). Are Heritage Speakers of Spanish Significantly Better at Speaking than at Writing? Results of an experiment on writing and speaking proficiencies—actual and perceived. Foreign Language Annals, 53(4),  940–941.

Survey Instrument Published on IRIS

This study’s survey instrument has been openly shared for use here on the IRIS database (a digital repository of instruments and materials for research into second languages). The survey can also be downloaded on the ILETC website, here.

Video Abstract

The video abstract below has also been published on the Foreign Language Annals website (link coming soon).