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Teachers' perceptions of their relationships with children who speak English as an additional language in early childhood settings

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An investigation of the relationship between early childhood educators perceptions' of their relationships with young children, including those who spoke English as a second language to determine the effects of speaking English as a second language on these relationships
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United Kingdom

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