5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Multiple Exposures
- Linguistic Approach
- inflectional morphemes
- Key Components of Effective ESL Instruction
- a to vocabulary is critical
- b Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency
- c affixes that can be added to a morpheme without changing its part of speech/suffixes
- d 1. Clearly defined language and content objectives
2. Building background knowledge
3. Comprehensible Input
5. Opportunities for student interaction
6. Practice and Application
7. Effective lesson delivery
8. Review and Assessment of key vocabulary and key content objectives.
- e based on letter-sound correspondence
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- governs the form or structure of a language (sentences). Specifics what word combinations are acceptable and what ones are not.
- understanding language before being able to produce. The first state of language acquisition
- sound comes through the nose (m)
- the study of language
5 True/False questions
negative transfer → the type of language used in a particular context (casual, professional)
Learning/Acquistion Hypothesis → Krashen's theory in which learning is a conscious process; acquisition is a subconscious process. "Learned" language is quickly forgotten
Maintenance Bilingual → a bilingual program that strives for full bilingualism and bi-literacy. Native language instruction continues after English proficiency is attained.
Suggestopedia → To learn at an accelerated pace for everyday communication. Immersion.
SIOP Building Background → Frequent discussion among teacher/students, students/students about the key concepts. Group students to support lesson objectives, provide wait time for student responses.