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5 Matching questions

  1. natural approach
  2. informal methods to assess oral language
  3. syntax
  4. factors that affect L2 acquisition
  5. communicative competence
  1. a age, motivation/attitude towards L2, learning style, environmental factors, personality, status of L1 and culture in L2
  2. b natural genuine learning situations where they use both conscious understanding of a language and subconscious (take cues from visual and commands)
  3. c ability to understand appropriate behaviors and language for various situations
  4. d system by which sounds and words are organized
  5. e interviews, oral reports, summaries, descriptions, presentations, dialogue journals

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1) providing comprehensible input 2) providing explicit instruction 3) integrating content and language objectives 4) supporting students' use of English to discuss and consider subject matter content
  2. narrative, poetic, expository, persuasive
  3. frequent leveling to scaffold students to higher levels
  4. KWL charts, vocab development, student experiences,illustrations, webbing
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. relationship and transfer of 1st language reading skillsrely on students'phonemic awareness in 1st language and make explicit the differences, effect on pronunciation and decoding strategies, mostly positive and helpful

          

  2. Cohesion (discourse feature)how sentences connect structurally (ellipsis, conjunctions, etc.)

          

  3. Chomsky Language Acquisition TheoryChomsky 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.

          

  4. communicative language approachapproach to writing instruction from personal experience; stories about personal experiences are written by teacher and read together until learner associates written form of word with spoken; can also be a group activity restating stories read by teacher

          

  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

          

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