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MTEL ESL 54 Glossary/Vocabulary
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(Krashen) Learners develop language competence in a subconscious process.
Development of the 2nd language without detriment to the native tongue.
(Krashen) A metaphorical barrier that prevents learners from acquiring language even when appropriate input is available.
The relationship between letters or combinations of letters (graphemes) and sounds (phonemes).
The formation of habits through repetition, practice and memorization of sentence patterns in isolation. (Behaviorism)
(B.F.Skinner) All learning whether verbal or non-verbal takes place through the establishment of habits.
(Cummins) Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills: Skills necessary for functioning in every day life, face-to face interactions. These skills usually take about two years to develop in most second language learners.
Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach. Development of academic language skills & explicit instruction for content and language. Scaffolded instruction. Explicit instruction of learning strategies and development of critical thinking to acquire language proficiency. Based on the cognitive approach. It teaches students to use their prior knowledge as a means to learning.
(Cummins, J. 1979-1980) Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency: The aspects of language linked to literacy and academic achievement. These skills usually take five to seven years to fully develop in Second language learners.
The alternating use of two languages at the word, phrase and sentence level with a complete break between languages in phonology
All the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, remembering, and communicating.
Common Underlying Proficiency
(Cummins) Cognition and language fundamentals, once learned in the primary language, form basis for subsequent learning in any language. The two languages have a shared foundation, and competence in the primary language provides the basis for competence in the second language.
The ability to use language in a variety of settings.
(Krashen) A language that a learner can understand due to gestures, situations or prior information.
The additional meanings that a word or phrase has beyond its central meanings. It shows emotions or attitudes towards what that word refers to.
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