5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Explicit Instruction
- Strategy Based Instruction
- Past Participle
- Implicit Instruction
- Lau vs. Nichol
- a Wide reading is how most new words are acquired. Instruction embedded in the reading process. Taking advantage of discovery learning.
- b Ensured that English was taught to all in order to provide equal access to educational opportunities
- c Verb ending in 'ed' (cleaned, scared)
- d Includes test taking techniques and study skills
- e Providing definitions and examples. Pronounce, explain, provide examples, elaborate, and assess. Step by Step - carefully organized systematic instruction
5 Multiple choice questions
- The relative emphasis given to certain syllables in a word.
- A federally mandated questionnaire that school administer to newly enrolled students to determin whether a language other than English is spoken in the home
- to vocabulary is critical for learning
- measures progress in terms of what real world tasks students are able to accomplish. Includes portfolios, checklists, reading logs.
- Using simplified English in a classroom for content based instruction
5 True/False questions
Natural Approach → Focuses on teaching communicative skills. Low anxiety. Focus is on meaning rather than form.
False Cognates → words that sound similar, but have no meaning in common
Silent Period → Teacher remains mostly silent and students are encouraged to discover rules and solve problems on their own. Learning through discovery.
Dual immersion → ESL teacher comes to the students in the regular classroom.
Psycholinguistic → The study of psychological states and mental activity associated with the use of language