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5 Matching questions

  1. orthography
  2. Implicit Instruction
  3. TESOL standards
  4. phoneme
  5. Castaneda v. Pickard
  1. a wide reading is how most new words are acquired
  2. b Segregation of ELL's only permissible when the benefits of remedying language barriers outweigh adverse affects of segregation
  3. c social language, academic language, sociocultural knowledge
  4. d the study of sound and spelling English has a "deep orthography" with many rules and options for letter/sound correspondence
  5. e the smallest linguistic unit of sound that can signal a difference in meaning

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. mispronouncing phonemes- usually with one articulated in a similar positioning of the mouth
  2. had theories on comprehensible input (i+1)
  3. rules are used to double check what we say or write; requires time; focus on how something is said rather than the message itself; "middle of the road" is the best approach to monitoring
  4. using singular/plural form of nouns correctly
  5. Kansas English Language Proficiency Assessment

5 True/False questions

  1. Sight Word Approachmemorize words as a whole

          

  2. Input Hypothesisrules are used to double check what we say or write; requires time; focus on how something is said rather than the message itself; "middle of the road" is the best approach to monitoring

          

  3. SuggestopediaTo learn at an accelerated pace for everyday communication. Immersion.

          

  4. allophonesall the phones that make up on phoneme

          

  5. NESNon-English Speaking

          

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