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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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A study of teacher perceptions of their relationships with the English language learners in their classes over the course of the school year, based on data collected from 10 early childhood professionals employed at child care centers
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United Kingdom; England

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