5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- consonant cluster
- consonant diagraph
- free morphemes
- a base in rot words that can stand alone
- b To learn at an accelerated pace for everyday communication. Immersion.
- c a group of 2 or more consonant together with no intervening vowel (ex: pl, st. caught)
- d two consonants pronounced a a single sound (ch, sh, th, wh)
- e the study of word meanings, idioms, and non-literal expressions
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- says it takes 5 to 7 years to learn academic English (new research suggest now 7-10 years)
- required schools to design language programs to climate language barriers in schools
- produced by briefly stopping air and then releasing it with some friction (church)
- alternating between two or more languages, dialects, or registers in a single conversation
5 True/False questions
Ethnocentrism → the tendency to evaluate other groups according to the values and standards of ones own ethnic group, especially with the conviction that one;s own ethnic group is superior to the other groups
Title III → prohibits denial of equal access b/c of limited English proficiency. Specifically prohibits programs that don't teach English as soon as possible.
SIOP Strategies → Frequent discussion among teacher/students, students/students about the key concepts. Group students to support lesson objectives, provide wait time for student responses.
fossilization → the point past which language learners can not progress without exceptional effort
Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) → Stephen Krashen says reading material should be slightly above students' independent reading level (i+1).