Week 5 case study - Week 5-Checkpoint: Case Study It is...

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Week 5-Checkpoint: Case Study It is extremely hard for most individuals to learn a new language. The development of language plays as large role in classrooms across the United States. While children progress through each grade level in school, their skills in language advances and becomes much better. The United States has a vast number of nationalities so the schools are multi-cultured. Due to so many nationalities there are many homes that speak more than one language. The students tend to speak English at school but once at home their primary language steps in. In the case study the student Mario’s nationality was Spanish. Mario speaks his native language when he is at home. Yet, Mario goes to a school that speaks English. When he first started school, he was very open to classroom discussions, very vocal with his peers, and was at time a little too vocal; not letting others speak. There were times when Mario spoke so much that he would have to slow down and think about the correct English word to convey what he
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2011 for the course AED 202 taught by Professor Haskell during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 5 case study - Week 5-Checkpoint: Case Study It is...

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