Karamiteva, Mariyana
July 2015
Vocational Education;2015, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p288
Academic Journal
The paper gives an example of a language workshop, which can help students overcome their anxiety. Also, it gives students the opportunity to use reallife communication skills.


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