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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Cohesion (discourse feature)
  2. Dialect diversity in English
  3. BICS
  4. MEPA
  5. formal elements of written English
  1. a how sentences connect structurally (ellipsis, conjunctions, etc.)
  2. b narrative, poetic, expository, persuasive
  3. c ELLs learn more than 1 standard English, many dialects
  4. d basic reading and writing skills
  5. e Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills: surface skills students pick up in 1-2 years of being around native L2 speakers

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. frequent leveling to scaffold students to higher levels
  2. way of speaking and explaining that the students can understand (modeling, visuals, hands-on activities, demonstrations, gestures,body language
  3. focus on students communicating naturally in second language; conversation instead of grammar; teaching strategies: role play, games, interviews, negotiation
  4. MELA-O, Woodcock Munoz Language, IDEA
  5. children think before they speak; speaking just reflects this thinking; language is a way for children to represent their world

5 True/False questions

  1. factors that affect L2 acquisitionliteracy and literate background in L1, learning disability, academic experience, cultural background knowledge

          

  2. sheltered strategies and reading intervention approachesconnections between reading strategies, teach alphabetic and phonemic differences, use read alouds, partner reading and modeling, and explicit instruction of vocabulary

          

  3. Lambert SEI TheoryTransitional Bilingual: initially instruction is 90% L1 then shifts towards English

          

  4. communicative competencefocus on students communicating naturally in second language; conversation instead of grammar; teaching strategies: role play, games, interviews, negotiation

          

  5. Woodcock Munoz Language Surveytests CALP in Spanish and English; provide information on student's cognitive and academic language proficiency; individually administered; in both English and Spanish; test for ESL to determine bilingual eligibility; can also be used to identify LDs