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Motivation, age, language distance, cultural background, role models, personality.
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Motivation, age, language distance, cultural background, role models, personality.
What are factors affecting second language aquisition?
Highly contextualized language, non-cognitively demanding content, takes about two years to develop.
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Highly contextualized language, non-cognitively demanding content, takes about two years to develop.
What is BICS? (Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills)
High Context with High Cognitive Demand.
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High Context with High Cognitive Demand.
What is quadrant B of the Cummings Model?
Non-contextualized language about cognitively demanding content, takes 5-7 years to develop.
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Non-contextualized language about cognitively demanding content, takes 5-7 years to develop.
What is CALPS? (Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency)
Student points to classroom items.
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Student points to classroom items.
What is quadrant A of the Cummings Model?
Rate at which information is presented during a lesson.
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Rate at which information is presented during a lesson.
What is pacing
Students will be able to explain the importance of the canoe to Native American culture.
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Students will be able to explain the importance of the canoe to Native American culture.
What is content objective?
Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced High.
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Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced High.
What are the varying levels of student proficiency?
Students will be able to use the past tense to describe orally and in writing early Native American uses of the canoe.
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Students will be able to use the past tense to describe orally and in writing early Native American uses of the canoe.
What is a language objective?
Content Objectives, Language Objectives, Supplementary Materials, Meaningful Activities.
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Content Objectives, Language Objectives, Supplementary Materials, Meaningful Activities.
What are components of lesson preperation?
ELPS
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ELPS
What is English Language Proficiency Skills?
Visual representations, word sorts, cloze sentences, personal dictionaries, word walls.
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Visual representations, word sorts, cloze sentences, personal dictionaries, word walls.
What are ways to emphasize key vocabulary?
Questioning strategies, Student journals, KWL Chart.
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Questioning strategies, Student journals, KWL Chart.
What are ways to tie prior learning into the classroom?
Integration of Language Skills.
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Integration of Language Skills.
What is reading, writing, listening and speaking?
80%
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80%
What is the percentage of words a reader needs to know to comprehend a reading passage?
Slower rate, careful enunciation, simplified sentences.
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Slower rate, careful enunciation, simplified sentences.
What is speech appropriate for studentsí proficiency levels?
Model a process, preview material, alternate forms of expressing understanding, media, repeated exposures, use gestures.
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Model a process, preview material, alternate forms of expressing understanding, media, repeated exposures, use gestures.
What are ways to make content clear?
Thumbs up/thumbs down, number wheels, response boards.
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Thumbs up/thumbs down, number wheels, response boards.
What are group response assessment techniques?
Reteach
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Reteach
What is to make adjustments to improve student comprehension of content?
Number of items, amount of time, level of support, skill level, type of response, degree of active involvement.
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Number of items, amount of time, level of support, skill level, type of response, degree of active involvement.
What are assessment adaptions permitted to teachers of ELLs?
Activities, techniques, approaches and methods that teachers use to promote student learning and achievement.
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Activities, techniques, approaches and methods that teachers use to promote student learning and achievement.
What are instructional strategies?
Predicting, visualization, monitoring, clarifying, self-questioning.
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Predicting, visualization, monitoring, clarifying, self-questioning.
What are meta-cognitive strategies?
Conscious, flexible plans learners use to make sense of what they are reading and learning.
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Conscious, flexible plans learners use to make sense of what they are reading and learning.
What are learning strategies?
Wait time, grouping configurations, frequent opportunities
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Wait time, grouping configurations, frequent opportunities
What are components of Interaction?
Of the approximately 80,000 questions the average teacher asks annually, what percentage of them are at the knowledge level?
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Of the approximately 80,000 questions the average teacher asks annually, what percentage of them are at the knowledge level?
What is 80 percent?
Office of Second Language Acquisition and Instruction
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Office of Second Language Acquisition and Instruction
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