5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Lao v. Nichols
- Melting Pot Theory
- Input Hypothesis
- a input should be slightly beyond students' current level (i+1) for acquisition to occur; pictures, gestures, tone of voice help make input comprehensible; frequently use key vocabulary words.
- b when people form other cultures assimilate to the point where their original identities and culture disappear- they become a uniform culture
- c can't discriminate based on language and must provide appropriate educational accommodations to non English speakers.
- d the 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
- e larger units of language used in particular context
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- stand in place for a person, thing that must be pointed to (That car is the one I want)
- students create their knowledge through real life experiences
- a bilingual program that strives for full bilingualism and bi-literacy. Native language instruction continues after English proficiency is attained.
- based on letter-sound correspondence
- alternating between two or more languages, dialects, or registers in a single conversation
5 True/False Questions
Interrogative Pronouns → used to ask questions
Community Language Learning → Counselor facilitates and supports students in communicating with a group. Students choose what they want to learn.
False Cognates → base in rot words that can stand alone
Implicit Instruction → wide reading is how most new words are acquired
Krashen → technical vocabulary associated with a special activity