5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Multiple Exposures
- Sheltered ESL Class
- ESL Pullout
- a to vocabulary is critical for learning
- b Using simplified English in a classroom for content based instruction
- c The study of psychological states and mental activity associated with the use of language
- d LEP students are 'pulled out' of regular, mainstream classrooms for special instruction in ESL.
- e Air flow is constricted, but not stopped. (fluff, verve, sip, hop, she, sip
5 Multiple choice questions
- Teachers are bilingual and have an ESL endorsement and use the students' native language to clarify English instructions
- Focuses on teaching communicative skills. Low anxiety. Focus is on meaning rather than form.
- Public schools are prohibited from denying immigrant students access to public education
- The relative emphasis given to certain syllables in a word.
- Compare more than 2 things ...end in est.(fastest, closest)
5 True/False questions
Comparative Adjectives → Comparing 2 things. Uses the ending of 'er (bigger, faster, taller)
Silent Way → A period of time when ESL students do not speak (2 weeks to 1 Year)
ESL Inclusion → 50/50 both content and literacy in both languages. (Horace Mann in Wichita)
Explicit Instruction → Wide reading is how most new words are acquired. Instruction embedded in the reading process. Taking advantage of discovery learning.
Lau vs. Nichol → Ensured that English was taught to all in order to provide equal access to educational opportunities