5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Transitional Bilingual
- inflectional morphemes
- code switching
- a a bilingual program designed to move students to English proficiency as soon as possible. Then native language is discontinued.
- b affixes that can be added to a morpheme without changing its part of speech/suffixes
- c Kansas English Language Proficiency Assessment
- d Increased wait time, paraphrasing, use of visuals
- e alternating between two or more languages, dialects, or registers in a single conversation
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- a pair of words that differ by only 1 phoneme (dog/bog)
- Opportunities for students to use learning strategies and provide scaffolding. Use a variety of question types to promote higher-order thinking.
- the point past which language learners can not progress without exceptional effort
- had theories on BICS and CALP
- make a smooth sound (l and r)
5 True/False Questions
SIOP → Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol. A system for teaching language and content effectively.
LFS → Limited formal schooling
pragmatics → the study of word meanings, idioms, and non-literal expressions
Cummins → make a smooth sound (l and r)
Krashen → sound comes through the nose (m)