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Linguistics - ESL MTEL
Sociolinguistists
Phonetics
phonology
Morphology
relationship between language and society
study of sound in human speeach
rules and patterns between speech sounds
study of the internal structure of words
Sociolinguistists
relationship between language and society
Phonetics
study of sound in human speeach
33 terms
ESL MTEL Linguistics
Allophone
suffix
connotative meaning
register
A speech sound that represents a single phoneme "skit", "k"
word endings i.e. "ed", "able"
Associative/secondary meaning to a word, not the primary mean…
The dialect in a setting, legal mumbo jumbo for legal matters…
Allophone
A speech sound that represents a single phoneme "skit", "k"
suffix
word endings i.e. "ed", "able"
74 terms
ESL Applied Linguistics MTEL
What is Language?
Psycholinguistics
Neurolinguistics
Sociolinguistics
Language is natural, culturally bound, has many varieties and…
language acquisition, comprehension and production
study of brain structure and how it influences language learn…
study of language in relation to social factors such as age,…
What is Language?
Language is natural, culturally bound, has many varieties and…
Psycholinguistics
language acquisition, comprehension and production
83 terms
English MTEL Linguistic Terms
Base Word
Compound Word
Contraction
Etymology
Standalone linguistic unit that cannot be deconstructed or br…
Two or more base words connected to form a new word. Ex: dogh…
Shortened form of two words in which one or more letters have…
The study of word origins or history.
Base Word
Standalone linguistic unit that cannot be deconstructed or br…
Compound Word
Two or more base words connected to form a new word. Ex: dogh…
83 terms
English MTEL Linguistic Terms
Base Word
Compound Word
Contraction
Etymology
Standalone linguistic unit that cannot be deconstructed or br…
Two or more base words connected to form a new word. Ex: dogh…
Shortened form of two words in which one or more letters have…
The study of word origins or history.
Base Word
Standalone linguistic unit that cannot be deconstructed or br…
Compound Word
Two or more base words connected to form a new word. Ex: dogh…
83 terms
English MTEL Linguistic Terms
Base Word
Compound Word
Contraction
Etymology
Standalone linguistic unit that cannot be deconstructed or br…
Two or more base words connected to form a new word. Ex: dogh…
Shortened form of two words in which one or more letters have…
The study of word origins or history.
Base Word
Standalone linguistic unit that cannot be deconstructed or br…
Compound Word
Two or more base words connected to form a new word. Ex: dogh…
11 terms
ESL MTEL 0004. Linguistic & Socio-Linguistic Concepts
Socio-linguistics
Socio-linguistics is the _______
William Labov
Fishman
The study of how language is shaped by the social nature of h…
INTERSECTION of language & social factors
Founder
How language effects society
Socio-linguistics
The study of how language is shaped by the social nature of h…
Socio-linguistics is the _______
INTERSECTION of language & social factors
80 terms
MTEL Vocabulary
Impetuous
Incessant
Incedental
Incredulous
1. Rash, impulsive 2. Forcible, violent
Constant, continue won't
Extraneous, unexpected
Unwilling to believe, skeptical... Antonym: gullible
Impetuous
1. Rash, impulsive 2. Forcible, violent
Incessant
Constant, continue won't
325 terms
MTEL VOCABULARY
cliche... clique
immorality... immortality
stationary... stationery
accent... ascent... assent
common expression... exclusive group of people
wickedness... unending life, eternal
immovable... paper used for writing
to stress or emphasize... to climb or rise... consent, compliance "…
cliche... clique
common expression... exclusive group of people
immorality... immortality
wickedness... unending life, eternal
242 terms
MTEL Vocabulary
acclaim
acquiesce
adamant
adversary
n: loud approval; applause
v: to agree or consent to an opinion
adj: not yielding; firm
n: an enemy; foe
acclaim
n: loud approval; applause
acquiesce
v: to agree or consent to an opinion
59 terms
MTEL Vocabulary
vilify
venerate
vehement
tumid
v. to slander, disparage, to speak or write in an ill manner
v. to revere, regard highly
adj. intense, excited, enthusiastic
adj. swollen, inflated
vilify
v. to slander, disparage, to speak or write in an ill manner
venerate
v. to revere, regard highly
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MTEL Vocabulary D-H
defamation
deference
deliberate
denounce
any harm to a name or reputation; slander
a yielding to the opinion of another
1. to consider carefully; to weigh in the mind; 2. intentional
to speak out against; to condemn
defamation
any harm to a name or reputation; slander
deference
a yielding to the opinion of another
94 terms
English MTEL Vocabulary
Fantasy
Science Fiction
Realistic Fiction
Historical Fiction
Type of literature that uses magic and other supernatural phe…
Type of literature uses scientific concepts as a primary elem…
Type of literature that uses the events people and places mig…
Type of literature that usually takes place in the past. Thes…
Fantasy
Type of literature that uses magic and other supernatural phe…
Science Fiction
Type of literature uses scientific concepts as a primary elem…
67 terms
MTEL Vocabulary A-C
abstract
acclaim
acquiesce
adamant
not easy to understand, theoretical
loud approval; applause
to agree or consent to an opinion
not yeilding; firm
abstract
not easy to understand, theoretical
acclaim
loud approval; applause
39 terms
ESL MTEL Vocabulary
BICS
CALP
Who developed BICS and CALP?
In what quadrant to ELLs perform best?
Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills - refers to the basi…
Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency - ability to manipula…
Cummins and Collier
B - Cognitively demanding, but context embedded.
BICS
Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills - refers to the basi…
CALP
Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency - ability to manipula…
97 terms
MTEL Vocabulary I-R
illuminate
illusory
immune
immutable
to make understandable
unreal; false; deceptive
protected; unthreatened by
inchangeable; permanent
illuminate
to make understandable
illusory
unreal; false; deceptive
39 terms
ESL MTEL Vocabulary
BICS
CALP
Who developed BICS and CALP?
In what quadrant to ELLs perform best?
Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills - refers to the basi…
Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency - ability to manipula…
Cummins and Collier
B - Cognitively demanding, but context embedded.
BICS
Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills - refers to the basi…
CALP
Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency - ability to manipula…
45 terms
Foundations of Reading MTEL Vocabulary
Affixes
Base Word
Blending
Breve
A term that includes both prefixes and suffixes.
(sometimes called root or root word) A word to which prefixes…
Putting phonemes together to form a word. /h/ /a/ /t/ when bl…
A diacritic mark (') put over a vowel to indicate it has the…
Affixes
A term that includes both prefixes and suffixes.
Base Word
(sometimes called root or root word) A word to which prefixes…
142 terms
MTEL Vocabulary and Terms
Alliteration
Alphabetic Principle
Analytic
Blend
The occurrence in a phrase or line of speech of two or more w…
The concept that letters and letter combinations are used to…
Phonics (The systematic relationship between letters and soun…
An orthographic (set of conventions for how to write a langua…
Alliteration
The occurrence in a phrase or line of speech of two or more w…
Alphabetic Principle
The concept that letters and letter combinations are used to…
119 terms
Linguistics: Vocabulary
Phonetics
Phones or Speech Sounds
Articulatory Phonetics
Acoustic Phonetics
The study of the structure of the sounds of speech
Individual units of sound
Analyzing the physiological mechanisms of speech production,…
Measuring and analyzing the physical properties of the sound…
Phonetics
The study of the structure of the sounds of speech
Phones or Speech Sounds
Individual units of sound
50 terms
MTEL vocabulary builder List One
abstract
acclaim
acquiesce
adament
(adj.) not easy to understand
n. loud approval; applause
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(adj.) firm in purpose or opinion, unyielding, obdurate, impl…
abstract
(adj.) not easy to understand
acclaim
n. loud approval; applause
10 terms
Vocabulary - Linguistics
Aphorism
Semantics
Polysemy
Idiom
a pithy observation that contains a general truth (axiom, ada…
study of meaning in language; how words mean - 2 levels: word…
one word carrying multiple historically related meanings (dog)
expression whose meaning cannot one derived directly from the…
Aphorism
a pithy observation that contains a general truth (axiom, ada…
Semantics
study of meaning in language; how words mean - 2 levels: word…
22 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Generative Grammar
Universal Grammar
Parameter setting
Language acquisition device
Chomsky's theory which attempts to develop a small set or rul…
the innate knowledge of grammar
the process of deciding the details of particular languages
the specialized area of the brain designed for language
Generative Grammar
Chomsky's theory which attempts to develop a small set or rul…
Universal Grammar
the innate knowledge of grammar
67 terms
MTEL Vocabulary A-C
abstract
acclaim
acquiesce
adamant
not easy to understand, theoretical
loud approval; applause
to agree or consent to an opinion
not yeilding; firm
abstract
not easy to understand, theoretical
acclaim
loud approval; applause
54 terms
Mtel Communication and Literacy Vocabulary S-Z
sagacious
sanguine
saturate
scanty
wise; cunning
optimistic; cheerful; 2. red
to soak thoroughly; to drench
inadequate; to drench
sagacious
wise; cunning
sanguine
optimistic; cheerful; 2. red
67 terms
MTEL Communication and Literacy Vocabulary A-C
abstract
acclaim
acquiesce
adamant
not easy to understand, theoretical
loud approval; applause
to agree or consent to an opinion
not yeilding; firm
abstract
not easy to understand, theoretical
acclaim
loud approval; applause
52 terms
MTEL Comm Literacy Reading Vocabulary
abase
aberrant
abhor
abominate
(v) to degrade; to humiliate; to disgrace
(adj) abnormal
(v) to hate
(v) to loathe; to hate
abase
(v) to degrade; to humiliate; to disgrace
aberrant
(adj) abnormal
20 terms
Linguistics vocabulary
Imprevious
Doggedness
Vacillation
Bolstered
Not allowing liquids through
Very determined to do something even if it's difficult
To be uncertain of what to do or change often between two opi…
To support or improve something
Imprevious
Not allowing liquids through
Doggedness
Very determined to do something even if it's difficult
12 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Linguistics
Morphology
Kinesics
Phonology
the study of language
(Linguistic) the study of morphemes and word construction
Study of communication through body movement and facial expre…
Study of sounds used in speech in a particular language
Linguistics
the study of language
Morphology
(Linguistic) the study of morphemes and word construction
24 terms
linguistics vocabulary
linguistics
english
lingua franca
lexicon
the study of language systems
very very successful lingua franca the grammar and the syntax…
language systematically used to make communication possible b…
the vocabulary of a language
linguistics
the study of language systems
english
very very successful lingua franca the grammar and the syntax…
36 terms
Linguistics vocabulary
linguistic competence
language
performance
performance errors
A speaker's implicit, internalized knowledge of the rules of…
A system of communication through the use of speech, a collec…
The way people produce and comprehend language
errors in language production or comprehension, including hes…
linguistic competence
A speaker's implicit, internalized knowledge of the rules of…
language
A system of communication through the use of speech, a collec…
24 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Alphabetic writing
Argot
Borrowed words
Cognates
Writing that has letters and the letters usually represent in…
A set of words spoken by a certain group, often occupational
When one language takes words from another language and makes…
Words in related languages that develop from the same word
Alphabetic writing
Writing that has letters and the letters usually represent in…
Argot
A set of words spoken by a certain group, often occupational
8 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Port
Rupt
Tract
Cept
To carry (transport, portable)
To break (interrupt, erupted)
To pull (attractive, traction)
To take/receive (interception, perception)
Port
To carry (transport, portable)
Rupt
To break (interrupt, erupted)
Linguistics Vocabulary
Port
Rupt
Tract
Cept
Def. To carry ex. Transport
Def. to break. Ex. Disrupt or eruption
Def. pull Ex. Traction or tractor
Def. to take and to receive Ex. Interception or perception
Port
Def. To carry ex. Transport
Rupt
Def. to break. Ex. Disrupt or eruption
119 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
semantics
anomaly
lexical semantics
semantic features
system of rules underlying our knowledge of word and sentence…
deviation from expected meaning
formal study of the conventions of word meaning
classifications of meaning that can be expressed in terms of…
semantics
system of rules underlying our knowledge of word and sentence…
anomaly
deviation from expected meaning
46 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Syllable
Syllable Construction
Sonority Sequencing Principle
Maximal Onset Principle
Non-meaningful group of consonants and vowels in words. Germa…
Built around the syllable peak, onset... rhythm, made of peak an…
Syllables become more sonorous towards the middle, less so at…
Syllables like big onsets, at the expense of the coda
Syllable
Non-meaningful group of consonants and vowels in words. Germa…
Syllable Construction
Built around the syllable peak, onset... rhythm, made of peak an…
14 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Phonology
Historical linguistics
Linguistic divergence
Linguistic nationalism
General study of sounds in human language
Study of long-term linguistic change
Development of different languages from one ancestral languag…
attempt by countries or ethnic groups to proclaim independenc…
Phonology
General study of sounds in human language
Historical linguistics
Study of long-term linguistic change
59 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
purpose of language
articulatory phonetics
pulmonic airstream
obstruction
to form messages and communicate
set of hypotheses which purport to explain our ability to div…
the flow of air out of the lungs that is manipulated to make…
putting a barrier in the way of pulmonic airstream making it…
purpose of language
to form messages and communicate
articulatory phonetics
set of hypotheses which purport to explain our ability to div…
8 terms
Linguistics vocabulary
Port
Rupt
Tract
Cept
To carry
To break
To pull
To take , to receive
Port
To carry
Rupt
To break
Linguistics Vocabulary
Phonetics
Phonology
Syntax
Semantics
how speech sounds are produced and perceived
how languages build words and indicate relationships between…
how words are organized into sentences and phrases
How words and sentences convey meaning
Phonetics
how speech sounds are produced and perceived
Phonology
how languages build words and indicate relationships between…
60 terms
Linguistics vocabulary
Sonic
Sonnet
Sonar
Consonant
Relating to what we can hear.
A form of rhyming poetry.
A device that hears sound under water.
Speech sounds made with lips, tongue, or teeth.
Sonic
Relating to what we can hear.
Sonnet
A form of rhyming poetry.
8 terms
Linguistics vocabulary
Port
Rupt
Tract
Cept
To carry, portable, important
To break, interrupt, erupt
To pull, retract, tractor
To take, deception, reception
Port
To carry, portable, important
Rupt
To break, interrupt, erupt
16 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
innateness hypothesis
imitation theory
reinforcement theory
universals
theory that language ability is innate in humans... * Part of la…
children learn language by listening to speech around them an…
learn to speak like adults because they are praised/rewarded…
basic features shared by all languages... * Nouns, verbs
innateness hypothesis
theory that language ability is innate in humans... * Part of la…
imitation theory
children learn language by listening to speech around them an…
8 terms
Linguistics vocabulary
Port
Rupt
Tract
Cept
To carry... Export... Report
To break... Interrupt... Erupt
To pull... Attractive ... Attracted
To take or to receive ... Reception ... Receptionist ... Except
Port
To carry... Export... Report
Rupt
To break... Interrupt... Erupt
54 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Phonetics
Phonology
Morphology
Syntax
The sub discipline of Linguistics that studies the articulati…
The sub discipline of Linguistics that studies the system of…
The study of internal word structure
The study of sentence structure.
Phonetics
The sub discipline of Linguistics that studies the articulati…
Phonology
The sub discipline of Linguistics that studies the system of…
33 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
ability
acquisition
acquire
accomplishment
kyky, taito
hankinta, oppiminen
hankkia, omaksua
saavutus, taito
ability
kyky, taito
acquisition
hankinta, oppiminen
51 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Phonetics
Phonics
Segmentals
Suprasegmentals
Study of speech sounds
A method of teaching about the relationship between sounds an…
Discrete units of speech stream, can be further subdivided in…
Ride on top of segmentals (stress, tone, intonation)
Phonetics
Study of speech sounds
Phonics
A method of teaching about the relationship between sounds an…
8 terms
Linguistics vocabulary
Port
Rupt
Tract
Cept
To carry ... Export ... Report
To break ... Interrupt ... Erupted
To pull ... Tractor ... Attractive
To take or to receive ... Reception ... Except
Port
To carry ... Export ... Report
Rupt
To break ... Interrupt ... Erupted
Vocabulary for linguistics
What is a stop?
What is an example of a stop?
What is a fricative?
What is an example of a fricative?
a stop or occlusive is a sound produced by stopping the airfl…
p, t, d, k, b, g
a consonant sound made by narrowing the vocal tract
v, s, z, h
What is a stop?
a stop or occlusive is a sound produced by stopping the airfl…
What is an example of a stop?
p, t, d, k, b, g
39 terms
Linguistics Vocabulary
Phonology
Morphology
Syntax
Semantics
The study of the patterns and distributions of speech sounds…
The form and formation of words in a particular language as w…
The arrangement of words into higher units such as phrases, c…
Meaning in language including meanings related to the outside…
Phonology
The study of the patterns and distributions of speech sounds…
Morphology
The form and formation of words in a particular language as w…
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