5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Comparative Adjectives
- Natural Approach
- ESL Inclusion
- Doe vs. Plyer
- a Air flow is constricted, but not stopped. (fluff, verve, sip, hop, she, sip
- b Focuses on teaching communicative skills. Low anxiety. Focus is on meaning rather than form.
- c ESL teacher comes to the students in the regular classroom.
- d Comparing 2 things. Uses the ending of 'er (bigger, faster, taller)
- e Public schools are prohibited from denying immigrant students access to public education
5 Multiple choice questions
- Providing definitions and examples. Pronounce, explain, provide examples, elaborate, and assess. Step by Step - carefully organized systematic instruction
- words that sound similar, but have no meaning in common
- Ensured that English was taught to all in order to provide equal access to educational opportunities
- Verb ending in 'ed' (cleaned, scared)
- Teachers are bilingual and have an ESL endorsement and use the students' native language to clarify English instructions
5 True/False questions
Performance Based Approach → Focuses on teaching communicative skills. Low anxiety. Focus is on meaning rather than form.
Home Language Survey → Public schools are prohibited from denying immigrant students access to public education
Silent Way → Teacher remains mostly silent and students are encouraged to discover rules and solve problems on their own. Learning through discovery.
Dual immersion → 50/50 both content and literacy in both languages. (Horace Mann in Wichita)
Multiple Exposures → words that sound similar, but have no meaning in common