"This research adopts a sociocultural perspective on language and learning
which considers the participation of students “in the kinds of activities our everyday
lives comprise” as “both the product and the process of learning” (Zuengler & Miller,
2006, pp. 50-51). This way, the social practices of teaching might be carried out in a
more “ecological” (Breen, 2001a) manner to suit the sociocultural context of a
language classroom within the LEMO considering the different issues regarding
students’ social realities and identities."