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Hymes (1972) , forty years ago, maintained that knowing what goes on outside the school setting is necessary to understanding what goes on inside. He noted further that "the key to understanding language in context is to start not with language but with context. As Wendt (2003) concludes context must be regarded as causes for construction of meaningful realities and for checking their viability. Policymakers, practitioners and researchers have long understood that well-established contextdoi:10.4304/tpls.2.5.1003-1007 fatcat:m4f5zfqgafh4tief2mhstjzfb4