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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Direct Method
  2. Integrated Language Approach
  3. IPT
  4. KELPA
  5. Total Physical Response (TPR)
  1. a Use of acting out, games, and skill- kinesthetic
  2. b Idea Proficiency Test
  3. c Kansas English Language Proficiency Assessment
  4. d Students listen to dialogue, then answer a series of questions, visual aids & pantomime used
  5. e Language is learned best when it is whole and in context. Focus on meaning and using language to communicate reading writing, speaking, and listening are all essential components.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Limited English Proficiency
  2. two letters that are pronounced together with each letter retaining it pronunciation
  3. must be attached to a root word to have meaning (suffixes and prefixes)
  4. no state shall deny education opportunity b/c of race, color, or national origin by failure of an educational agency to provide services to overcome language barriers that impede participation of students in its instructional programs
  5. affixes that can be added to a morpheme without changing its part of speech/suffixes

5 True/False questions

  1. Cumminssays it takes 5 to 7 years to learn academic English (new research suggest now 7-10 years)


  2. The Silent WayStudents take responsibility for their own learning. Teacher is silent most of the time. Speaks to give clues, not model language.


  3. discourseSheltered Instruction Observation Protocol. A system for teaching language and content effectively.


  4. CALLA (Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach)teaches explicit learning strategies while language is taught through content. Great for middle school and high school teachers.


  5. demonstrative pronounsstand in place for a person, thing that must be pointed to (That car is the one I want)


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