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Karen Sunley 06118852, 272.701 Assignment 6
The true purpose of language education is to help learners find their voice. Karen Sunley 06118852, 272.701 Assignment 6
Successful second language learners are those who have been empowered to set up counterdiscourse. In so doing, they have reframed the power relations between themselves and their various interlocutors. This has enabled such learners to claim the right both to speak and to be heard.