SLAassessMethods - LECTURE NOTES EDSE 224 If the primary...

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LECTURE NOTES: EDSE 224 If the primary teacher is not CLAD, then a CLAD teacher will have to pull the ELL out of class. When there is a pullout, then a BILP will need to be filled out. A BILP is similar to an IEP but stands for "Bilingual Individual Learning Program." It is required for an ELL student that is not in a bilingual program, and not being taught by a CLAD or BCLAD teacher. If the ELL has an IEP, then the IEP supersedes the BILP. The BILP is stapled on the IEP, but will say IEP and need to follow the IEP. A. English Language Learner Levels Second Language Acquisition Stages are characterized by these three stages regardless of what language you are learning or how old you are. The amount of time you spend is dependent on personality, literacy level, and proficiency in the L1 language Second Language Acquisition Stages: All these stages will overlap. Stage I and Stage II are beginning levels of ELL. Stage II and Stage III are intermediate levels. Stage III and IV are the advanced levels of ELL. Stage I: Pre-Production Comprehension Stage Characteristics: minimal comprehension of what you are saying to them and no verbal production. Student Activity Behaviors: listen, point to something, can move, and choose something, match pictures, mime/role play, and act out, draw. Stage II: Early Speech Production Characteristics: very limited comprehension, one- or two-word responses or very short phrases. Student Activity Behaviors: name clothing, classroom objects, list in writing or orally, categorize items, label things and respond with one two words.
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2 Stage III: Speech Emergence Characteristics: good comprehension, errors in pronunciation and grammar, use simple sentences with limited vocabulary. Student Activity Behaviors: describe, define, explain, recall details or lessons, retell stories, summarize what was covered, role play, and compare and contrast. Stage IV: Intermediate Fluency Towards Full Production Characteristics: excellent comprehension, few grammar errors, near native speech. Student Activity Behaviors: give opinions, defend their answers, debate, justify answers, examine issues, analyze, create, evaluate, and read and write. Stage V: Fluency B. First Language Development Theorists 1. Chomsky: basic Model. Know for language Acquisition Device A) learn in competence (grammar) B) performance C. Second Language Learner Theorists 1. Erwin-Trip: no matter what language the students are learning they need the silent time to answer in the L2. Many similarities between learning a first language and learning a second language. 2. Ellis: The Variable Competence Model/ Theory ? Key factor is when students have interact with others and negotiate meaning to get competence in a variety of ways. 3.
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