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  1. Bernstein Sociolinguistic Theory
  2. communicative competence
  3. Pinker Language Acquisition Theory
  4. Krashen 2nd Language Acquisition Theory
  5. communicative language approach
  1. a we are predisposed to learn language; language is a human instinct
  2. b ability to understand appropriate behaviors and language for various situations
  3. c language is part of class and people use certain codes when speaking
  4. d requires natural interactions (not grammar drills), students will pick up grammar rules naturally by being immersed in L2; need to interact with language w/o worrying about being corrected
  5. e focus on students communicating naturally in second language; conversation instead of grammar; teaching strategies: role play, games, interviews, negotiation

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. way of speaking and explaining that the students can understand (modeling, visuals, hands-on activities, demonstrations, gestures,body language
  2. oral language test for tracking language development and progress; tests oral language proficiency
  3. frequent leveling to scaffold students to higher levels
  4. 1) students should have access to early literacy programs in L1 2) early assessments in L1 for learning disabilities and literacy level 3) provide grade-level content in English by giving simple directions 4) comprehensible input 5) make connections and use clear baackground 6) teach reading strategies and focus on vocabulary 7) word webs and KWL charts
  5. graphic organizers, rewrite dense texts, books-on-tape, jigsaw reading, highlighting concepts for newcomers so they do not have to read the whole thing, marginal notes, outlines to help students take notes, teacher-created study guides that go with textbooks

5 True/False Questions

  1. Language Experience Approachapproach to writing instruction from personal experience; stories about personal experiences are written by teacher and read together until learner associates written form of word with spoken; can also be a group activity restating stories read by teacher

          

  2. interlanguage developmentthe emerging language system person creates based on L1 and L2 knowledge to communicate in L2

          

  3. promotion of content area learningusing visuals, explicitly teaching cognitive strategies, permitting students to use dictionaries

          

  4. factors that affect L2 reading developmentliteracy and literate background in L1, learning disability, academic experience, cultural background knowledge

          

  5. use of pragmatics (discourse feature)words with connotative meanings (dual meanings)

          

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