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A study of the acquisition of English vocabulary prior to instruction by first year students in secondary school in Flanders: A contrastive analysis of the passive and active knowledge in B-stream and special education (BuSO)

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Using written tests, I investigated the range of English vocabulary that is incidentally acquired by students in their first year of secondary education. My test group consists of two classes, one in B-stream in regular education and one in BuSO,
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  1 Universiteit Gent Faculteit Letteren & Wijsbegeerte Academiejaar 2012-2013   A study of the acquisition of English vocabulary  prior to instruction by first year students in secondary school in Flanders. A contrastive analysis of the passive and active knowledge in B-stream and special education (BuSO) Bachelortaak voorgelegd tot het bekomen van de graad van Bachelor in de Taal- en Letterkunde: Twee talen  Nina Vertongen Promotor: Prof. Dr. Mieke Van Herreweghe  2  3  4  5 Acknowledgements I would like to start by thanking my supervisor, Prof. Dr. Mieke van Herreweghe, for guiding me and especially for proofreading my drafts and for her most helpful suggestions. Second, I like to express my gratitude to the headmasters of Het Koninklijk Atheneum Denderleeuw and De Horizon in Aalst as well as to the teachers in both schools for permitting me to steal some of their time so I could conduct my tests. Last, I want to thank my family and my boyfriend for their support during the writing of this paper. In particular my mother, who is the teacher of the class of autistic students in BuSO and who let me take over her class for one hour in order to conduct my investigation.
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