5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- silent period
- CALLA (Cognitive Academic Language Learning Approach)
- a understanding language before being able to produce. The first state of language acquisition
- b teaches explicit learning strategies while language is taught through content. Great for middle school and high school teachers.
- c all the phones that make up on phoneme
- d the group of sounds that make up a phoneme
- e the study of words and their internal organization
5 Multiple choice questions
- a bilingual program designed to move students to English proficiency as soon as possible. Then native language is discontinued.
- English Language Learner
- Language is learned best when it is whole and in context. Focus on meaning and using language to communicate reading writing, speaking, and listening are all essential components.
- Limited English Speaker
- can't discriminate based on language and must provide appropriate educational accommodations to non English speakers.
5 True/False questions
Title VI- Civil Rights Act 1964 → requires Ell's to receive equal numbers of textbooks and other resources as their English speaking peers
Monitor Hypothesis → input should be slightly beyond students' current level (i+1) for acquisition to occur; pictures, gestures, tone of voice help make input comprehensible; frequently use key vocabulary words.
Melting Pot Theory → the type of language used in a particular context (casual, professional)
SIOP Lesson Preparation → Frequent discussion among teacher/students, students/students about the key concepts. Group students to support lesson objectives, provide wait time for student responses.
Direct Method → use target language in instruction to communicate and think in target language. Constant question and response with teacher and students.