class_3_Academic_Lang_ELD_10.ppt

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ED 360- FALL 2010 ELD/SDAIE Brent Elder & Jen Scalzo
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CLASS # 3 Academic Language Functions and Forms Application ELD lesson-Nicole Delbar ELD Standards Lesson analysis First and Second Language Acquisition
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DEVELOPING ACADEMIC  LANGUAGE: FUNCTIONS,  The Functions are the tasks or purposes AND uses of language. We use language to accomplish something in formal or informal settings, for social or academic purposes. Social purposes include: exchanging greetings, expressing needs, making jokes, exchanging greetings, indicating agreement or disagreement, participating in personal conversations, etc.  
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CONVERSATIONAL/ACADEMIC LANGUAGE Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills ( BICS ) Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency ( CALP ) CALP BICS
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CONVERSATIONAL/ACADEMIC  LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY  PRINCIPLE Surface Language : Pronunciation Fluency Vocabulary Academic Language : Literacy Generating hypotheses Conceptual understandings
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  FUNCTIONS: ACADEMIC  LANGUAGE FUNCTIONS Navigating written text : Asking/answering informational questions : When did x occur? Asking/answering clarifying questions : Can you explain Relating information : This reminds me of Comparing and contrasting : This is x, whereas y is Explaining cause and effect : Y happened because of x Justifying and persuading : I think x because evidence Summarizing : Synthesizing information cohesively Drawing conclusions : Synthesizing information to come up with x Evaluating : examining information Conducting research : includes generating hypotheses, analysis, examination, and drawing conclusions
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FUNCTIONS CHAMOT AND O’MALLEY Seek Information - use who, what, when, where, how Inform - recount information or retell Compare - explain graphic organizer showing contrast Order - describe timeline, continuum or cycle Classify - describe organizing principles
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This note was uploaded on 10/03/2010 for the course ENV LAW 100 taught by Professor Jkal during the Spring '09 term at UCSB.

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