Research paper writing: the task dependency principle as a tool in developing learner independence

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Šeškauskienė, Inesa;
(2006)

The article examines the effectiveness of the task dependency principle (TDP) as applied in the Bachelor's Degree English Philology Program Graded Writing Course. Until now the TDP has been used only for practical non-native language learning. Its essence is the use of ... View more
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