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5 Matching questions

  1. Equal Education Opportunities Act of 1974
  2. Transitional Bilingual
  3. L2
  4. minimal pairs
  5. KELPA
  1. a Kansas English Language Proficiency Assessment
  2. b required schools to design language programs to climate language barriers in schools
  3. c Second language
  4. d a bilingual program designed to move students to English proficiency as soon as possible. Then native language is discontinued.
  5. e a pair of words that differ by only 1 phoneme (dog/bog)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1. All students given home language survey
    2. Students identified as ELL's are assessed
    3. Students who test NES or LES are recommend for ESL
    4. Parent Permission is sent and outcome plan is written
    5. Students continue in ESL until proficient
    6. After exit, monitor for 2 years
  2. the use of clear, direct, simple English and wide range of scaffolding strategies to communicate meaningful input in the content area to ELLs above the beginner level.
  3. teaches explicit learning strategies while language is taught through content. Great for middle school and high school teachers.
  4. two consonants pronounced a a single sound (ch, sh, th, wh)
  5. used to ask questions

5 True/False questions

  1. voiced stopsthe study of language

          

  2. Multiple Exposureswhen the subject performs action in the sentence (John carried the papers to the desk)

          

  3. free morphemesbase in rot words that can stand alone

          

  4. Title IIIrequires Ell's to receive equal numbers of textbooks and other resources as their English speaking peers

          

  5. Ethnocentrismthe tendency to evaluate other groups according to the values and standards of ones own ethnic group, especially with the conviction that one;s own ethnic group is superior to the other groups

          

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