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5 Matching questions

  1. informal writing assessments
  2. Ramirez SEI Theory
  3. Language Assessment Battery
  4. phoneme
  5. Rossel and Baker SEI Theory
  1. a smallest unit of sound in language (sss in snake)
  2. b tests speaking, reading listening and writing, used to place ESL students
  3. c teacher feedback, formative assessments (analytical-micro analysis and holistic analysis)
  4. d Late Exit Bilingual: students continue to have 40% of instruction in L1 even after classified fluent in English
  5. e SEI: students of diff. L1s together; teachers use English and aids to focus on content rather than language

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. more academic understanding you have in L1, more you can apply to L2; cognitive development in L1 at home helps L2
  2. student applies knowledge of L1 to L2
  3. connections between reading strategies, teach alphabetic and phonemic differences, use read alouds, partner reading and modeling, and explicit instruction of vocabulary
  4. age, motivation/attitude towards L2, learning style, environmental factors, personality, status of L1 and culture in L2
  5. practice strategies for marking up the text, review objective several times in class

5 True/False questions

  1. IDEAThe IDEA Oral Language Proficiency Test assesses four basic areas of English oral language proficiency: Vocabulary, Comprehension, Syntax, and Verbal Expression which includes Articulation; testing for mainstreaming


  2. morphemesmallest unit of meaning in language (e.g: act, cat, pre)


  3. formal methods to assess oral languageMELA-O, Woodcock Munoz Language, IDEA


  4. semantics (discourse feature)words with connotative meanings (dual meanings)


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