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TESOL Praxis 5362
Terms in this set (47)
Study of a sound system of language
kids born elsewhere but heavily socialized in the us
Plyler v Doe
states can't deny education for illegal immigrants amendment 14
English Language Learner
(Cognitive academic language proficiency) the language ability needed for learning academic skills
adds es, s, ed, ing, er does not change the meaning of the word
an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up- Don't cry over spiled milk
half of the day spent learning L2
communication using body movements, gestures, and facial expressions rather than speech
rise and fall of the voice pitch
A morpheme that can stand alone as a word.
A pair of words that differ by only a single sound and are recognized by speakers as different words. i.e. bat/cat or hare/dare
A situation in which a word has two or more meanings. Example: pen-writing instrument pen- a place where pigs live
Look by the pen
What percent yearly is the ELL population growing
the study of language use
Castaneda v Pickard
1981 Court mandated a 3-step process to develop quality bilingual education: programs based on research, have adequate resources and provide opportunities for students to have access to the full curriculum.
Lau v Nichols
1974 States must provide bilingual education or some type of support for students whose native language is not English. Must have equal access to education
2001 Pres. Bush designed to promote "standards-based education reform" via assessments that measure yearly progress
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
English for speakers of other languages
English as a second language
English as a Foreign Language
Are distinctive sound units that "Make a difference" when sounds form words.
permissible patterns for combing phonemes
word ends in a consonant sound and the next word starts with a vowel
Ex: has it, give it, give up
changes the meaning of words
Ex: H/e did that?
He d/id that?
He did th/at?
rise and fall of the voice, doesn't change word meaning.
Emotions, anger, impatience
The study of word formation, deals with the internal structure of words within language
words that we can't do without, (i.e. I me mine, he she)
Relate directly to objects, ideas, actions and description. They have a definable meaning.
in language, the smallest unit that carries meaning
A morpheme that can stand alone as a word
has to be attached to something else for it to mean something geo-graph-y (geo, y)
affixes that can be added to a morpheme to change its meaning and may change its part of speech ex non, un, re
Examples: er, es, ing, Do not change the syntactic classification, and typically follow derivational morphemes.
the grammatical arrangement of words in sentences
Rules for the formation of grammatical sentences in a language
when a word has two or more meanings. Example: 1. pen-writing instrument 2. pen- a place where pigs live
the study of meaning in language
breaking down words into their more basic meaning "components" or semantic features
words that have similar meanings
stand on either side of a spectrum.
Big, and small, hot and cold. There are things in the middle.
Under above, doctor patient
The meaning of the Word is logically connected to another word. piglet is connected to a pig
one of two or more words that are spelled alike but have different meanings and pronunciations, such as bass voice and bass, a fish
extended verbal expression in speech or writing, or to carry on a conversation
a form of language spoken by people in a particular region or group
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