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The Process of adapting to a new culture. The process occurs through several stratagies
The members of a group are absorbed into a culture and lose characteristic of the first culture. The group is willing or forced to accept the surface and deep culture of the new culture and give up on the original culture.
Groups lacking desirable traits are include from society. These groups include poor, uneducated, undesirable color and language. These groups will stay on the margin of acceptance by society unless there is a social intervention.
The psychological barrier that allows input to be filtered through to a language processing and custom of the original culture.
An educational program in which two language are used during instruction in order to 1) continue to primary language development, 2) provide instruction in content in both l1 and l2, and 3) English acquisition.
BICS: Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills
Skills necessary for functioning in everyday life, face-to-face interactions. These skills usually take about two years to develop in most second language learners.
Refers to functions of the left and right hemispheres of the brain which affects language acquisition.
CALP: Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency
The aspects of language linked to literacy and academic achievement. These skills usually take five to seven years to fully develop in most second language learners.
Professor Emeritus of Linguistics, MIT. He is credited with the creation of the Theory of Generative Grammar. his naturalistic approach to the study of language affected the philosophy of language and mind through his theory of the Language Acquisition Device. His work influenced the works of Krashen and Terrell among others.
Words which have a common origin.
The word is spelled the same, meaning the same, but pronunciation will be different according to language structure of the words such as an accent mark.
The word in other languages has the same origin but the spelling will differ. The meaning will be the same but the pronunciation due to the language structure will be different.
The word in another language may have the same origin but will have different spellings and a different meaning. Pronunciation will be different.
Learning strategies that are taught to promote independent learning and higher order thinking skills.
Language that is understood by the learner. Focuses on meaning first and uses simplified speech.
The implying or suggesting of an additional meaning for a word or phrase apart from the explicit meaning.
Culture includes what people know and believe, what people do, and what people make and use.
The most specific or literal meaning of a word, as opposed to its figurative senses or connotations
A variety of language defined by both geographical factors and social factors, such as class, religion and ethnicity.
Discourse is a continuous stretch of speech or written text, going beyond a sentence to express thought.
Analyzing written or spoken language
ELL (English Language Learners)
Used interchangeably with LEP, Limited English Proficient
ELPS (English Language Proficiency Standards)
Districts are required to implement these as an integral part of each foundation and enrichment subject of the TEKS state-required curriculum.
English as Second Language
English for Speakers of Other Languages
Belief by an individual or group that their beliefs, values, and customs are the only right way and the inability to see the value in difference.
The input hypothesis is Krashen's attempt to explain how the learner acquires a second language. The input hypothesis is only concerned with "acquisition", not learning. According to his hypotheses, the learner improves and progresses along the "natural order" when he/she receives a second language "input" that is one step beyond his/her current stage of linguistic competence.
IPT (Idea Proficiency Test)
A TEA approved oral language proficiency test. It may be used for identification/entry/exit and annual assessment.
When an ESL specialist goes into the mainstream classroom in order to work with the ESL student
1. Acquisition learning
3. Natural order
5. Affective Filter
LAS links (Language Assessment System)
A TEA approved oral language proficiency test. It may be used for identification/entry/exit and annual assessment
Primary Native language
Lau vs. Nichos (1974)
The United States Supreme Court decision which found the San Francisco Board of Education failed in the duty of providing equal access to education for Chinese speaking students. This decision mandates that states address the unique language needs of second language learner.
Limited English Proficient
the entire stock of words a person, language or branch of knowledge
a situation in which a word has two or more meanings
Language Proficiency Assessment Committee is made up of professional bilingual educator, a professional transitional language educator, a parent of a LEP student participating in the program and a campus recommendations including LEP status, program placement, student achievement
The smallest linguistic unit that has a meaning or grammatical function
The study of how words are structured and how they are put together from smaller parts
Coding for a student who does not meet the criteria to be limited in English proficiency
OLPT (Oral Language Proficiency Test)
The List of Approved Tests for Assessment of ELL students from TEA provides allowable assessment options for ELL assessments including the OLPT, which may be used for identification/entry/exit and annual assessments
He is primarily known for his studies on the relationships between cognitive development and language skills and concluded that through their interactions with their environment, children actively construct their own understanding of the world.
The smallest unity of meaningful sound
The ability to deal explicitly with segment sound units smaller than a syllable
Study of sounds of the human speech
involves teaching children to connect sounds with letters or groups of letters
the study of how sounds are organized and used in a language. Phonology systems may differ from language to langauge
PLDs (Proficiency Level Descriptors)
The PLDS show the progression of second language acquisition from proficiency level to the next and serve as a road map to help content area teachers instruct ELLs commensurate with students' linguistic needs. The PLD levels of beginning, intermediate, advanced, and advanced high are not grade-specific.
the study of how the meaning conveyed by a word or sentence depends on the context in which is used (such as time, place, socail relationship between speaker and hearer, and speaker's assumptions about hearer's beliefs)
Unfair and unreasonable opinion formed without adequate knowledge or thought
classes in which students are withdrawn from the mainstream regular subject classes for one more period a week for English language instruction
concrete objects from everyday world used during instruction to make input comprehensible
This refers to teacher-provided contextual supports for meaning through the use of simplified language, teacher modeling, visuals, and graphics, cooperative learning and hands-on learning
the study of linguistic meaning. it is concerned with the meanings of words, morphemes, phrases, and sentences. semantics is the study o the meanings of words and way in which the meanings change and develop
a teaching style founded on the concept of providing meaningful instruction in the content areas for transition Limited English Proficient students towards higher academic achievement while they reach English fluency
The way in which words are constructed for meaning and how sentences are related to each other
Federal funding to provide supplemental resources to education agencies to help ensure LEP students attain English proficiency at high levels in academic core areas. Funds should supplement not supplant local funding
A tonal language is one in which pitch is used to distinguish words. All languages use intonation to express emotion or other such ounces but not every language uses tone ot distinguish lexical meanimg
TOP (Texas Observation Protocol
Listening, speaking and writing assessments for grades 2-12 to show adequate yearly progress. This test is also given in k-1 for all four domains
Plessy Vs. Ferguson
In 1896, the U.S. Supreme Court issues that "separate but equal" public facilities, including school systems are constitutional. Although the decision was related to the segregation o African American students, in may parts of the country Native American, Asian, and Hispanic students were also routinely segregated
Brown Vs. Board of Education
The Supreme Court unanimously reversed Plessy Vs. Ferguson 58 years late in 2954 Brown Vs. Board of Education. The supreme court said that it was not fair to have black an white student separated in different schools. International segregation is unequal
Meyes Vs. Nebraska
In a major victory for language-minority parents and communities, the Supreme Court struck down the states' restrictive legislation, ruling, in essence, that whereas state governments can legislate the language used for instruction in schools, states may not pass laws that attempt to prevent communities from offering private language classes outside the regular school system. Meyes is an important case because it makes clear that the 14th amendment provides protection for language minorities
Castaneda Vs. Pickard
The Castaneda standard mandates that programs for language-minority students must be (1) based on a sound educational theory, (2) implemented effective with sufficient resources and personnel, and (3) evaluated to determine whether they are effective in helping student overcome language barriers.
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