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5 Matching questions

  1. Dialect diversity in English
  2. integrated language teaching
  3. interpretations and use of assessment information
  4. morpheme
  5. Chomsky Language Acquisition Theory
  1. a Chomsky says that children are born with a knowledge of the principles of the grammatical structure of all languages, and this inborn knowledge explains the success and speed with which they learn language.
  2. b ELLs learn more than 1 standard English, many dialects
  3. c reading, writing and speaking are integrated; content and lanugage instruction are integrated; collaborative and supportive environment
  4. d smallest unit of meaning in language (e.g: act, cat, pre)
  5. e affects placement, focus on mechanics and content strategies, future lessons

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. there is a connection between society, culture and language
  2. literacy and literate background in L1, learning disability, academic experience, cultural background knowledge
  3. graphic organizers, rewrite dense texts, books-on-tape, jigsaw reading, highlighting concepts for newcomers so they do not have to read the whole thing, marginal notes, outlines to help students take notes, teacher-created study guides that go with textbooks
  4. narrative, poetic, expository, persuasive
  5. explicitly teach vocabulary, grouped reading, multiple assessments, culturally relavant instruction, age-appropriate instruction, teach phonemic awarness and phonics

5 True/False questions

  1. relationship and transfer of 1st language reading skillsoral language test for tracking language development and progress; tests oral language proficiency


  2. Rossel and Baker SEI TheorySEI: students of diff. L1s together; teachers use English and aids to focus on content rather than language


  3. lexicontotal stock of morphemes in a language


  4. Gersten SEI TheoryEarly Exit Bilingual: some initial instruction in L1, primarily for reading but also for clarification, instructions in L1 are phased out rapidly


  5. Woodcock Munoz Language Surveyfocus on students communicating naturally in second language; conversation instead of grammar; teaching strategies: role play, games, interviews, negotiation