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Varshney, R. (2007). Colliding languages: Student representations of L1 use in foreign language assessment. In N. Ramière and R. Varshney (Ed.), Rhizomes: Connecting Languages, Cultures and Literatures (pp. 18-34) Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 63  
Develotte, C. and Gee, R. (2005). Contacts de l@ngues sur cran ou comment on donne sa langue la souris. In C. van den Avenne (Ed.), Mobilits et Contacts de Langues: Contacts de langues dans des contextes de mobilit (pp. 147-161) France: L'Harmattan. 63  
Varshney, R. (2004) Hbreu langue trangre: Reflexions sur un parcours d'apprentissage. MLTAQ Quarterly, 132 18-21. 34  
Varshney, Rachel (2005). Learner representations of L1 strategic use in the foreign language classroom : a comparative study of Australian and French students PhD Thesis, School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland. 193 268
Varshney, R. (2005) Learners' perspectives of L1 roles in third language acquisition: A case study. Australian Language & Literacy Matters, 2 3 & 4: 13-18. 69  
Varshney, Rachel (2006). Quel role pour la langue de reference dans les representations des apprenants? Le cas de l'evaluation en langue etrangere. In: D. Montagne-Macaire, Les Cahiers de l'Acedle: Recherches en didactique des langues. Recherches en Didactics des Langues, Lyon, France, (236-256). 16-18 June 2005. 85  
Varshney, Rachel and Rolin-Ianziti, Jeanne (2006) Student perceptions of L1 use in the foreign language classroom: Help or hindrance. AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 105 105: 55-83. 127 2 0 Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Rolin-Ianziti, Jeanne and Varshney, Rachel (2008) Students' views regarding the use of the first language: An exploratory study in a tertiary context maximizing target language use. The Canadian Modern Language Review, 65 2: 249-273. doi:10.3138/cmlr.65.2.249 143   7 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 0