5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Lao v. Nichols
- rising intonation
- a Kansas English Language Proficiency Assessment
- b a strong burst of air that accompanies either the release or closure of some consonant sound formed by obstructing airflow
- c usually used at the end of questions
- d produced by a constant flow of air through the vocal tract (f and v)
- e can't discriminate based on language and must provide appropriate educational accommodations to non English speakers.
5 Multiple choice questions
- memorize words as a whole
- make a smooth sound (l and r)
- a reading strategy where students dictate stories to the teacher who records them, using students' own vocabulary, grammar, and experiences to form the basic reading material.
- affixes that can be added to a morpheme to change its meaning and may change its part of speech
- Counselor facilitates and supports students in communicating with a group. Students choose what they want to learn.
5 True/False questions
personal pronouns → used to relate to another noun in the sentence
Natural Approach → memorize words as a whole
Ethnocentrism → learning is a process of stimulus and response. What is reinforced is repeated
number agreement → the smallest grammatical unit that is indivisible without violating meaning or producing meaningless sounds-dog
SIOP Building Background → Links concepts to background knowledge and to past learning. Emphasize key vocabulary.