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1. guided writing 2. shared writing 3. interactive writing 4. independent writing
5. Which one of the following learners demonstrates the specific type of phonological awareness known as phonemic awareness?
6. Identify the method below that is based on the idea that the home language and FAL have separate linguistic systems, whereby the teacher only teaches the FAL in the classroom using actions and pictures to give meaning. Learners thereafter repeat dialogues, rhymes and short songs, which they hear from the teacher.
7. Choose the incorrect option:
8. Identify the correct option below that relates to the following statement: In teaching and learning English First Additional Language (EFAL) as an additional language in the Foundation Phase, the following is important: 1. to pay attention to the development of the learners as growing children 2. The development of language and how it is used 3. teachers’ knowledge of the language is not necessary as long as they can teach. 4. It serves as a precursor for English to be taught as the language of teaching and learning (LOLT) in the Intermediate Phase.
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FLT3701/101/0/2021 9. Read the following statement and chose the incorrect option. In teaching English as a First Additional Language, it is important to note that vocabulary forms the basis of all languages. 1. Learners in Grade R and Grade1 mainly engage in oral and practical lessons to develop vocabulary. 2. Leaners in Grade R and Grade 1 rely on sound patterns and repetition to learn the spoken language. 3. Learners need to come to school knowing the language so that they are able to understand the teacher. 4. Learners rely heavily on hearing the rhymes and sound patterns to make sense of the language. 10. Choose the correct statement that best describes the relationship between word decoding and reading in t he beginning readers’ development.
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