NNESNon-Native English Speaker
NNESNational Nuclear Energy Series
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In 2007, NNES student visits amounted to 50 percent of our overall visits.
Because NNES students often want longer--and more frequent--sessions than native English speakers here, the NNES-student increase leaves even fewer available hours for NES students.
Sessions with NNES students also often involve more directive tutoring than with NES students.
The rise in NNES students could lead to a new (and possibly undesirable) image of the writing center--among administration, faculty, and students--as the place where only NNES students go for help, instead of the center as a resource for all writers.
NNES comment: An apology is needed before any refusal.
Like the previous criterion, NNES raters did not employ this criterion to rate the WDCT.
NNES comment: It is an apology acceptance, not refusal
In line with the NNES, Japan is already showing signs of reconfiguring its alliances in support of achieving energy security.
The NNES is a bold plan for the world's most advanced, resource-poor nation.
NNES language achievement in network-based language classrooms
NNES report improvement in their writing skills, including language accuracy, fluency, organization, variety of language topics and language functions as a result of learning with network-based instruction (Braine, 1997; Liaw, 1998; Sullivan & Pratt, 1996, Warschauer, 1996).
NNES report that online instruction helps to reduce the anxiety level that some students from language and cultural minority backgrounds experience in face-to-face discussions (Chen, 1999; Kamhi-Stein, 2000).