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5 Matching questions

  1. Comparative Adjectives
  2. Natural Approach
  3. ESL Inclusion
  4. Doe vs. Plyer
  5. Fricatives
  1. a Air flow is constricted, but not stopped. (fluff, verve, sip, hop, she, sip
  2. b Focuses on teaching communicative skills. Low anxiety. Focus is on meaning rather than form.
  3. c ESL teacher comes to the students in the regular classroom.
  4. d Comparing 2 things. Uses the ending of 'er (bigger, faster, taller)
  5. e Public schools are prohibited from denying immigrant students access to public education

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Providing definitions and examples. Pronounce, explain, provide examples, elaborate, and assess. Step by Step - carefully organized systematic instruction
  2. words that sound similar, but have no meaning in common
  3. Ensured that English was taught to all in order to provide equal access to educational opportunities
  4. Verb ending in 'ed' (cleaned, scared)
  5. Teachers are bilingual and have an ESL endorsement and use the students' native language to clarify English instructions

5 True/False questions

  1. Performance Based ApproachFocuses on teaching communicative skills. Low anxiety. Focus is on meaning rather than form.

          

  2. Home Language SurveyPublic schools are prohibited from denying immigrant students access to public education

          

  3. Silent WayTeacher remains mostly silent and students are encouraged to discover rules and solve problems on their own. Learning through discovery.

          

  4. Dual immersion50/50 both content and literacy in both languages. (Horace Mann in Wichita)

          

  5. Multiple Exposureswords that sound similar, but have no meaning in common

          

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