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5 Matching questions

  1. CALLA
  2. inflectional suffixes
  3. Gersten
  4. CUP
  5. Pinker
  1. a we are predisposed to learn language; language is a human instinct (disciple of Chompsky)
  2. b early exit bilingual; some initial instruction in L1, primarily for reading but also for clarification, instructions in L1 are phased out rapidly
  3. c Cognitive, Academic Learning Model -Like SIOP because both target the big content, but CALLA is less detailed, not as specific as SIOP model
  4. d an inflection that is added at the end of a root word
  5. e Common Underlying Proficiency (Cummins) An ELL learner has knowledge of an academic concept in the first language quickly grasps the concept when it is introduced in English

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the connections among language, nationality, and personal identity; language will live as long as it is socially used, involved with language revival
  2. grammar
  3. Late exit bilingual: students continue to have 40% of instruction in L1 even after classified fluent in English
  4. relatively permanent incorporation of incorrect linguistic forms into a person's second language competence. Could be the result of too many green lights when there should have been correction.
  5. meaning

5 True/False questions

  1. Labovcreated the term of ebonics, African American English has its own rules and should be respected

          

  2. LambertTransitional bilingual: initially instruction is 90% L1 then shifts towards English

          

  3. Chompskythere is a connection between society, culture and language

          

  4. register variationthe change in language based on where the communication is happening, how the communication is taking place, who is talking to whom, and about what topic: Who , What, Where and How

          

  5. Piagetchildren think before they speak; speaking just reflects this thinking; language is a way for children to represent their world