Study sets matching "vocabulary oral language rev"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "vocabulary oral language rev"

Oral Language Vocabulary
Oral Language
Vocabulary
Structure
Grammar
language that is spoken and heard rather than written and read
all the word symbols that make up a particular code or language
the way the different parts of a language are arranged
the basic understandings and rules that regulate the use of a…
Oral Language
language that is spoken and heard rather than written and read
Vocabulary
all the word symbols that make up a particular code or language
15 terms
Unit Ch. 2 Oral Language Key Vocabulary
denotation
connotation
usage
colloquialisms
a word's explicit , literal meaning; dictionary definition
a word's implied or suggested meaning
the relationship of language to a specific relationship, purp…
words and phrases that are generally characteristic of spoken…
denotation
a word's explicit , literal meaning; dictionary definition
connotation
a word's implied or suggested meaning
15 terms
ORAL LANGUAGE VOCABULARY LESSON 1
denotation
connotation
usage
colloquialisms
a word's explicit literal meaning; dictionary definition
a word's implied or suggested meaning
the relationship of language to a specific relationship, purp…
words and phrases that are generally characteristic of spoken…
denotation
a word's explicit literal meaning; dictionary definition
connotation
a word's implied or suggested meaning
Oral Language and Vocabulary Development
active vocabulary
passive vocabulary
Words can also be divided by function…
If words aren't in students' oral work…
which are words a person uses frequently and comfortably in s…
which are words that are recognized when read or heard, but a…
-Tier 1 consists of frequently used common words and expressi…
they won't be comprehended if they are encountered in print.
active vocabulary
which are words a person uses frequently and comfortably in s…
passive vocabulary
which are words that are recognized when read or heard, but a…
French language in contexts vocabulary revision
accommodation
to rent
the tenant
the landlord/owner
le logement
louer
le/la locataire
le/la propriétaire
accommodation
le logement
to rent
louer
11 terms
Spanish oral exam key vocabulary revision
Can I help you?
There is/are Are/is there
do you want
a ticket
Puedo ayudaro
hay
quieres
Billete
Can I help you?
Puedo ayudaro
There is/are Are/is there
hay
Teens 4 (Body language - Revision of vocabulary)
GAPE
STARE
WINK
BLINK
GAPE
STARE
Objective 6: Strategies for promoting oral language, listening comprehension and vocabulary development
Semantic Map
Cognates
False Cognates
Aural
A visual strategy for vocabulary expansion, extension of know…
Cognates are words in two languages that share a similar mean…
False cognates are pairs of words in the same or different la…
Listening
Semantic Map
A visual strategy for vocabulary expansion, extension of know…
Cognates
Cognates are words in two languages that share a similar mean…
13 terms
Unit 1 Lesson 1 Vocabulary 2: Oral Traditions Revised
Personal Narrative
Frederick Douglass
Abolitionist
Slave Narrative
The writer tells about a real experience in first person poin…
After escaping from slavery, he became a famous writer, speak…
Someone who fights to end slavery
Written to inspire those who were trying to abolish slavery (…
Personal Narrative
The writer tells about a real experience in first person poin…
Frederick Douglass
After escaping from slavery, he became a famous writer, speak…
13 terms
Oral Language
usage
colloquialisms
syntax
substance
the relationship of language to a specific relationship, purp…
words and phrases that are generally characteristic of spoken…
word order
the content of a message communicated through words
usage
the relationship of language to a specific relationship, purp…
colloquialisms
words and phrases that are generally characteristic of spoken…
34 terms
Oral Language
Imitation
Two most important elements of oral la…
Communication disorder
Four classifications of language disor…
a learning strategy that young children frequently use to rep…
comprehensible input and social interation
occurs when a person's speech interferes with the ability to…
voice, fluency, articulation, language processing
Imitation
a learning strategy that young children frequently use to rep…
Two most important elements of oral la…
comprehensible input and social interation
15 terms
Unit 2 Oral Language
denotation
connotation
usage
colloquialisms
a word's explicit , literal meaning; dictionary definition
a word's implied or suggested meaning
the relationship of language to a specific relationship, purp…
words and phrases that are generally characteristic of spoken…
denotation
a word's explicit , literal meaning; dictionary definition
connotation
a word's implied or suggested meaning
COMPETENCY 801: ORAL LANGUAGE
sound of language, phonemes, semantics…
phonemes
semantic
syntax of language
when children acquire oral language, what other components of…
the separable, individual sounds in a word. A phoneme is the…
Meaning of words and sentences
putting words together into a sentence
sound of language, phonemes, semantics…
when children acquire oral language, what other components of…
phonemes
the separable, individual sounds in a word. A phoneme is the…
Oral Language
characteristics of Language
use of symbols
social understanding
use of grammar
use of symbols, social understanding, use of grammar, flexibi…
the word dog is a symbol
speakers of the same languages agree on the meaning of symbol…
grammar of a language provides a system by which words and th…
characteristics of Language
use of symbols, social understanding, use of grammar, flexibi…
use of symbols
the word dog is a symbol
Oral Language
Phonemes
Semantics
Syntax
Language Acquisition
distinct units of sound that distinguish one word from anothe…
the meaning of a word, phrase, sentence or text
how words can be placed together; arrangement of words/phrase…
the process by which we acquire the capacity to perceive/comp…
Phonemes
distinct units of sound that distinguish one word from anothe…
Semantics
the meaning of a word, phrase, sentence or text
12 terms
Oral Language
Cognates
Inversions
Morpheme
Oral language assesments
are words in two langages that sound the same and are spelled…
are the placement of a verb before it's subject and can grama…
A combination of sounds that have meaning in speech or writin…
is performed with either formal or informal assesments. The g…
Cognates
are words in two langages that sound the same and are spelled…
Inversions
are the placement of a verb before it's subject and can grama…
Unit 2 Oral Language
denotation
connotation
usage
colloquialisms
a word's explicit , literal meaning; dictionary definition
a word's implied or suggested meaning
the relationship of language to a specific relationship, purp…
words and phrases that are generally characteristic of spoken…
denotation
a word's explicit , literal meaning; dictionary definition
connotation
a word's implied or suggested meaning
Oral Language
Supporting ELLs
Observing ELLs
Shelter Instruction Observation Protoc…
5 Elements are required for effective…
- model:how to perform/give an example/ time
-paraphrasing, summarizing, retell/explain, signal for unders…
features a lesson planing checklist with 30 components which…
1) intentional selection of words... 2) direct instruction in ne…
Supporting ELLs
- model:how to perform/give an example/ time
Observing ELLs
-paraphrasing, summarizing, retell/explain, signal for unders…
Oral Language
Indefinite Article
Definite Article
Article
Preposition
Refers to a noun but the noun being referred to is not a spec…
Refers directly to a specific noun or group of noun... -the is a…
A word used to modify a noun ... -used to point out or refer to…
A part of speech that is used to show direction,location, tim…
Indefinite Article
Refers to a noun but the noun being referred to is not a spec…
Definite Article
Refers directly to a specific noun or group of noun... -the is a…
22 terms
Ch. 4 Discovering the Power of Oral Language
jargon
standard language
informal language
pronunciation
language associated with a particular field or profession
language used by the majority of knowledgeable communicators
language used in close interpersonal relationships
the standard set for the overall sound of a word
jargon
language associated with a particular field or profession
standard language
language used by the majority of knowledgeable communicators
16 terms
Oral to Written Language
Language Continuum
Oral Language Sty
Literate Language Style
Reciprocal Relationship
Oral Language Style <-----> Literate Language Style
lays the foundation for literacy... culturally specific... social... i…
elaborate, academic... written, reading, presentations
Oral language <-----> Literacy... The better your oral language…
Language Continuum
Oral Language Style <-----> Literate Language Style
Oral Language Sty
lays the foundation for literacy... culturally specific... social... i…
English: Oral Language
oral language
initially oral language is without
literacy development occurs through
oral language is the basis of
the system that relates sounds to meanings through word of mo…
formal instruction
being taught vocabulary and comprehension skills and strategies
literacy development
oral language
the system that relates sounds to meanings through word of mo…
initially oral language is without
formal instruction
COMPETECY 1 ORAL LANGUAGE
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
Competency 001 (Oral Language):
Descriptor 1
Descriptor 2
Oral Language: Teachers of young students understand the impo…
The teacher understands the importance of oral... language, know…
Knows and teaches basic linguistic concepts (e.g., phonemes,…
Plans and implements systematic oral language instruction bas…
English Language Arts and Reading EC-6…
Oral Language: Teachers of young students understand the impo…
Competency 001 (Oral Language):
The teacher understands the importance of oral... language, know…
ORAL TOPIC 12 FOREIGN LANGUAGE
How long have you learned English?
Do you think English is easy or diffic…
How is it easy or difficult?
Have you spoken to a foreigner?
I have learnt English for over 10 years.
I find it easy to learn English.... I think it is very difficult…
It is very difficult for me to speak English fluently.
Yes, I have spoken to some foreigners several times.
How long have you learned English?
I have learnt English for over 10 years.
Do you think English is easy or diffic…
I find it easy to learn English.... I think it is very difficult…
30 terms
TExES ELA Comp 1: Oral Language
Phonemes
Semantics
Connotation
Denotation
The separable, individual sounds in a word. ... A phoneme is th…
How meaning is conveyed in a language through the use of its…
All the meanings, associations, or emotions that a word sugge…
The dictionary definition of a word
Phonemes
The separable, individual sounds in a word. ... A phoneme is th…
Semantics
How meaning is conveyed in a language through the use of its…
1. Oral Language
phonology
phonemes
phonological awareness
phonological awareness development
the study of sounds... "phon" = sounds... how sounds are organized…
the smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference…
the ability to hear and manipulate sounds... distinguishing sou…
1. Wordchunks: ... when children first learn to hear sounds, the…
phonology
the study of sounds... "phon" = sounds... how sounds are organized…
phonemes
the smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference…
5 terms
Oral Language Development: Fluency Levels
Pre-Production Stage
Early Production Stage
Speech Emergence Stage
Intermediate Fluency Stage
-Low Beginning... -silent period... -keywords only... -responds in way…
-High beginning ... -verbalize key words... -responds with one or t…
-Intermediate... -whole sentences... -good comprehension... -functions…
-intermediate/advanced... -extensive vocabulary... -uses CALP... -demo…
Pre-Production Stage
-Low Beginning... -silent period... -keywords only... -responds in way…
Early Production Stage
-High beginning ... -verbalize key words... -responds with one or t…
Components of Oral Language ECE
Syntax
Semantics
Phonology
Prosody
How you put words together to make a sentence/can't put words…
Vocabulary
Sounds
How we say things ex: I say: 33 42 33 42 child hears: 30 3 40 2
Syntax
How you put words together to make a sentence/can't put words…
Semantics
Vocabulary
52 terms
Competency 001: Oral Language
Imitation
In language acquisition, imitation
Language acquisition strategy of imita…
Idiosyncratic
is a learning strategy that young children frequently use to…
provides young learners with the opportunity to begin produci…
one-word stage
something peculiar to an individual
Imitation
is a learning strategy that young children frequently use to…
In language acquisition, imitation
provides young learners with the opportunity to begin produci…
48 terms
Professional Communications - Oral Language
Language Rules
Language Code
Meaning
Vocabulary
Makes it possible for us to understand each other
Each language has it's own set of sounds, words, symbols, and…
What we assign to the words and symbols we use
All the word symbols that make up a particular code or langua…
Language Rules
Makes it possible for us to understand each other
Language Code
Each language has it's own set of sounds, words, symbols, and…
Oral Language (Competency 1) 211
Development of language skills
how teachers develop language skills
oral and written language development
scribbling
interacting with others, teachers promote intense opportunities
modeling vocabulary, use questions and examples to enrich des…
develops simultaneously, oral language is not a prerequisite…
immature form of written language
Development of language skills
interacting with others, teachers promote intense opportunities
how teachers develop language skills
modeling vocabulary, use questions and examples to enrich des…
Oral Language
Language Acquisition Device
6 components of language
phonology
phoneme
ability to understand language (LAD)
phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon, semantics, pragmatics
study of sound system
basic unit of sound
Language Acquisition Device
ability to understand language (LAD)
6 components of language
phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon, semantics, pragmatics
32 terms
Oral Language
Phonological System
Phonemes
Phonemic segmentation
Grapheme
Is the system that approximately has 44 speech sounds that ma…
A sound smaller than a syllable.
Tapping out phonemes in a word, EX: There are 3 Phonemes in a…
The written representation of a phoneme, it can be a single l…
Phonological System
Is the system that approximately has 44 speech sounds that ma…
Phonemes
A sound smaller than a syllable.
13 terms
Oral Language
Cognates
ELL
Inversions
Morpheme
two languages sharing similar meaning, spelling and pronuncia…
English Language Learners, those whose native language is not…
placing a verb before its subject can be correct or incorrect…
combo of sounds that carry meaning in speech or writing. cann…
Cognates
two languages sharing similar meaning, spelling and pronuncia…
ELL
English Language Learners, those whose native language is not…
Generalist 4-8, Competency 001, Oral Language (Chapter 2 English Language Arts)
LAD
Imitation
Six Language Components
Phonology
Language Acquisition Device
Learning strategy that young children frequently use to repli…
phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon, semantics, and pragma…
The study of the sound system of a language
LAD
Language Acquisition Device
Imitation
Learning strategy that young children frequently use to repli…
24 terms
Texes - Language Arts - competency 1 - Oral Language
Objectives
Phonemes
Phonological awareness
Phonemic awareness
The teacher understands the importance of oral language, know…
Smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference in t…
The ability to hear and manipulate sounds and sounds CHUNKS
The ability to hear and manipulate INDIVIDUAL sounds (sub-cat…
Objectives
The teacher understands the importance of oral language, know…
Phonemes
Smallest part of spoken language that makes a difference in t…
20 terms
Oral Language Development & Instruction Key Concepts
vocabulary
listening vocabulary
speaking vocabulary
reading vocabulary
the words we must know to communicate effectively
the words we need to know to understand what we hear
the words we use when we speak
the words we need to know to understand what we read
vocabulary
the words we must know to communicate effectively
listening vocabulary
the words we need to know to understand what we hear
Competency 1: Oral Language
Language Experience approach (LEA)
Nonstandard Dialects
Language interference
Bilingual Eduaction
is an instructional method that incorporates the various comp…
are dialects used by children who are bilingual, mulitilingua…
is the use of sounds, syntax, vocabulary of two languages sim…
Involves presenting reading and other subject area materials…
Language Experience approach (LEA)
is an instructional method that incorporates the various comp…
Nonstandard Dialects
are dialects used by children who are bilingual, mulitilingua…
28 terms
Oral Language
Phoneme
Minimal Pair
Phonemic awareness
Phonological awareness
The smallest contrastive unit in a language system and the re…
A pair of words identical except for such a sound. The two so…
The acknowledgment of sounds and words;for example,a child re…
Readers ability to recognize the sound of spoken language, in…
Phoneme
The smallest contrastive unit in a language system and the re…
Minimal Pair
A pair of words identical except for such a sound. The two so…
oral language
one word stage
after age 2
modeling
kernel sentences
child uses imitation for language development
they become creative rule makers. they test language rules. "…
and not correction is always the best way to support language…
english has specific basic sentence structures that are refer…
one word stage
child uses imitation for language development
after age 2
they become creative rule makers. they test language rules. "…
ec-6 core subjects competency 001 oral language
Noam Chomsky
_____ theorized that children are both…
according to _______, what do humans _…
imitation
Language acquisition theories were developed by___________
Noam Chomsky
Noam Chomsky, innately
____ is a learning strategy that young children frequently us…
Noam Chomsky
Language acquisition theories were developed by___________
_____ theorized that children are both…
Noam Chomsky
Oral Language
Phonology
Phonemes
Graphemes
Morphology
study of the sound system of a language
basic units of sound... for example... Through= ... th/r/u
individual letters... for example ... through= ... seven letters
study of the structure of words and word formations
Phonology
study of the sound system of a language
Phonemes
basic units of sound... for example... Through= ... th/r/u
18 terms
Oral Language
oral language
If one has a strong vocabulary , stron…
Not having oral language skills
show & tell strategy
not just speaking but includes: listening comprehension, unde…
you are better able to understand what you read & produce wri…
can impair writing.
bring something to share with a question and answer follow up
oral language
not just speaking but includes: listening comprehension, unde…
If one has a strong vocabulary , stron…
you are better able to understand what you read & produce wri…
17 terms
Chapter 5: Developing Oral Language Comprehension
oral language comprehension
1.language experiences ... 2. substantive…
Language experiences
substantive conversations
What is the the ability to speak and listen with understandin…
Contexts that develop oral language comprehension
real life experiences are motivators for language use... highly…
language used by adults to engage children ... occurs spontaneou…
oral language comprehension
What is the the ability to speak and listen with understandin…
1.language experiences ... 2. substantive…
Contexts that develop oral language comprehension
15 terms
Oral Language Vocab
denotation
connotation
colloquialisms
syntax
a word's explicit, literal meaning; dictionary definition
a word's implied or suggested meaning (can be positive or neg…
words and phrases that are generally characteristics of spoke…
word order
denotation
a word's explicit, literal meaning; dictionary definition
connotation
a word's implied or suggested meaning (can be positive or neg…
17 terms
Figurative Language
simile
personification
metaphor
onomatopoeia
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
A nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
A comparison of two unlike things
A word that imitates the sound it represents.
simile
Comparing two unlike things using words such as "like" or "as…
personification
A nonhuman subject is given human characteristics
18 terms
Ec-6 English 001 oral language
Language aquisistion
Language acquisition device (LAD)
Imitation
6 language components
Resukts from combination of innate ability, imitation, and en…
By Nosm Chomsky - children borb with. Innate abilities to dev…
Replication of someone's behavior
Phonology,morphology,syntax,lexicon,semantics,pragmatics
Language aquisistion
Resukts from combination of innate ability, imitation, and en…
Language acquisition device (LAD)
By Nosm Chomsky - children borb with. Innate abilities to dev…
Generalist 4-8, Competency 001, Oral Language
LAD
Imitation
Six Language Components
Phonology
Language Acquisition Device
Learning strategy that young children frequently use to repli…
phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon, semantics, and pragma…
The study of the sound system of a language
LAD
Language Acquisition Device
Imitation
Learning strategy that young children frequently use to repli…
Chapter 2: oral language study guide
Jargon
concrete
abstract
usage
technical vocabulary of a hobby, occupation, or other special…
refers to specific items or processes you can see or instantl…
words refer to general concepts or ideas
the relationship of language to the specific situation, purpo…
Jargon
technical vocabulary of a hobby, occupation, or other special…
concrete
refers to specific items or processes you can see or instantl…
43 terms
texes EC-6: competency 001 (oral language)
imitation
phonology
phonemes
morphology
learning strategy that young children use to replicate someon…
study of the sound system of a language
basic units of sound
set of rules for combining sounds into meaningful units
imitation
learning strategy that young children use to replicate someon…
phonology
study of the sound system of a language
1 of 10