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Language education
Terms Definitions
LD
Language Deficient
ELD
English-language development
SLA
second-language acquisition
CBO's
community-based organizations
LEP
Limited English Procifient
LEA
Language Experience Approach
 
Great for older learners.
Steps:
Create a shared experience.
Ask the group to retell or describe the experience.
Write down the retelling, including the names of contributers
Do a group editing session. 
Follow Up
 
Create a drawing or storyboard
Select high-frequency words to teach
Make flash cards with high frequency words
Select a phonics skill or letter recognition skill to teach and practice
 
CALL
computer-assisted language learning
NES
native English speaker
SSSM
Sentence-by-Sentence Self-Monitoring: S reads text silently, then aloud, T reads it back exactly the same, discuss miscues
LES/NES
Limited English Speaking
Non-English Speaking
Six Traits of Writing
ideas/content
organization
voice
word choice
sentence fluency
conventions
I often voice concerns when sad.
CALP
Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency
 
School language
Process language
Abstract
idioms, humor
Formal speaking registers
Native speakers ages 10-12
English learners 5-7 years
specific discipline-specific language
 
FAPE
free, appropriate public education
SRSD
Self-Regulated Strategy Development: students learn strategies for writing, like PLAN and WRITE
SDAIE Support Configurations
Team Teaching
Preview-Review
Peer Tutoring
Educational technology
 
TPPE
LAD
Language Acquisition Device: Noam Chomsky: Idea that mind contains a language acquisition device that generates rules through the acquistion of grammar.
CALLA
5 Principles of CALLA
 
Recognize and build on student's primary knowledge
Provide meaningful learning tasks
Engage in interactive teaching and learning
Focus on learning processes and strategies
Help students evaluate their own learning
Recognize Meaningful Interactive Learning and Assess
Pragmatic Skills
formal v. informal registers
idiomatic expressions
gestures
eye contact
physical proximity
 
PEG IF
SOLOM
Student Oral Language Observation Matrix
 
measures: grammar, fluency, comprehension. vocabulary, pronunciation
TPR
total physical response: association between language and body movement
CLAD
crosscultural, language, and academic development
CELDT
Calif. Eng. Language Development Test
ESEA
Elementary and Secondary Education Act
UD
Universal Design: principles for designing prods/environ for those w/health/lrng issues
SSL
Spanish as a second language
Halliday: Language Functions
instrumental: getting needs met
regulatory: controlling others' behavior
informative: communicating information
interactional: establishing social relationships
personal: expressing individuality
heueristic: investigating and acquiring knowledge
imaginiative: expressing fantasy
SDAIE Planning Checklist
Culturally familiar examples
Gestures and body language
Clear and slower speech
Write down information
Eye contact
Visuals
Demonstrations
Cognates
Can Good Cows Want Every Valentine's Day Corrupted?
 
Cummins
Language comprised of BICS and CALP
 
CULP helps
 
4 Quadrants that allow one to assess the level of difficulty of teaching materials/activities for EL's.
 
BICS at the top
CALP at the bottom
Context embedded on the left
Context reduced on the right
 
"A" refers to BICS that is context embedded.
"B" refers to BICS that is context reduced.
"C" is CALP that is context embedded.
"D" is CALP that is context reduced.
 
 
See this link:
 
http://www.azusausd.k12.ca.us/bilingual/pdf%5CCummins2.pdf
Allophones
Small phonemic variations that don't change meaning (accents)
CUP
common underlying proficiency: L1 and L2 have a shared foundation, and competence in L1 allows for competence in L2(Cummins)
UID
Universal Instructional Design: UD in education. Ensuring access to info, resource, tools for all.
MBE
maintenance, or "late exit", bilingual ed
Balanced literacy instruction for EL's
phonemic awareness
systematic, explicit phonics instruction
sound-symbol relationships
decoding
word attack skills
spelling instruction
comprehension instruction
independent reading of high quality books
Cognitive and Social Strategies to help 2nd language learners
repetition
formulaic expressions
elaboration
encouraging self-monitoring
encouraging and responding to appeals for assistance
role playing
REEFER
Tonemes
Pitch that changes meaning in words, especially in languages that are tonal
Denotation v. Connotation
Denotation: specific, literal image, idea, concept, or object
 
Connotation: Cultural assumptions that the word or image suggests. Involves emotional overtones, subjective interpretation, socio-cultural values, ideological assumptions
Checklist for Instructional Materials
Comprehensible input
Visuals match text on the page
Supplemental visual supports: posters,studyprints, OT's, photos, reproduction of documents.
Prior knowledge referred to?
Interactive, hands on, demonstrations?
Captions, headers, margin notes that allow for students to read the text in brief?
Questions that engage students at all levels of proficiency? 
Graphic Organizers,matrices, webs, Venn Diagrams, story maps, class-note outlines
EL alternatives for homework
Ways to involve the home
Bilingual supports: glossary
 
 
 
Appropriate instructional materials for EL's
Differentiation is evident
Includes bridges to other cultures and languages
In L1
Culturally respectful and multicultural
No stereotypes, negative portrayals, downplaying of struggles or injustices
literary translations as opposed to literal translations
Matches regional language variations of students
L1 materials reviewed by people who speak the L1
TESOL
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
CATESOL
Calif TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages)
Teaching Academic Speech Functions
Many academic speech functions: reporting, greeting, asking, interviewing, ordering, borrowing,paraphrasing, agreeing, disagreeing etc.
 
Determine which functions are needed
Plan to teach them
Set up authentic situations to use them
Model them
Reinforce their use with wall charts and editors' word banks for writing.
Banks Levels of Multicultural Education
Contributions
Additive (Adding pieces to the curriculum
Transformative: deals with issues of historic, ethnic, cultural, and linguistic injustice and equality as a part of the AMerican experience
Social Action: Extension of transformative to include taking action to make a more just and equal society
Phoneme
Smallest unit of sound that makes a difference in meaning.
 
When phonemes exist in L1 but not L2 negative transfer can occur
When phonomes are shared positive transfer can occur
Things that inhibit language expression in an EL student
intonation, pitch, modulation, semantics, syntax, linguistic issues
Characteristics of Classrooms that Support English Learners' Literacy Development
Activities are meaningful
Instruction demanding but scaffolded
Instruction built around themes
Collaborative grouping
Print rich environment
 
NCLB
No Child Left Behind: does little to help ELL's, emphasizes test results, undercuts best practices, demoralizes Ts, forces schls to test to test and cut programs that help ELL's
Difference between ELD and ELA
ELD: English Language Development Standards have four domains: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. Designed in 1999 they describe what EL students must know and be able to do as they develop fluency in the ELA standards. Levels: beginning, early intermediate, intermediate, early advanced, advanced.
 
ELA: English Language Arts Standards
 
ELD Standards are by proficiency level
ELA Standards are by grade level
ELD standards are an on-ramp to the ELA standards
Four critical components of SDAIE
Content: content and language objectives, clear and meangful, support objectives
Connections: linked to student experiences, examples from student's lives, schema building
Comprehensibility: pictures, graphs, charts, models, diagrams, gestures, labels, dramatizations/variety of learning styles, demonstrations, speech adjustments, clear enunciation, controlled use of idioms, comprehension checks, recitation, paraphrase
Interaction:Lots--productive, of all varieties
 
Contexual Factors in Second Language Acquisition
Diverse needs
Diverse goals
peer groups
role models
home support
language distance
native language proficiency
knowledge of second language
dialect and register
language status
language attitudes
learning styles
motivation
classroom interaction
Semiotics
Study of the ways humans use signs to make meaning.
Four Principles of Assessing Students with Linguistic and Cultural Differences
Convene complete multi-disiplinary team
Use pre-referral strategies to determine the source of the difficulties
Determine the language to be used in the assessment/assess language dominance
Conducting a tailored, appropriate assessment of the child. Desire to produce a multi-dimensional assessment
Features of English
Compact Language: lots of 2-3 letter words
Adjectives,nouns, verbs have no ending to denote gender
No formal or informal registers
Only one definite article
Lots of multiple meaning words
Lots of homophones
Syllabic Awareness v Phonemic Awareness
Syllabic Awareness comes first for Spanish
Phonemic Awareness first for English
Social Context for Language Learning
Lev Vygotsky: "zone of proximal development" (the distance between what a language learner can do now and what they will be able to do later)
 
To develop language should be put in a social context
use lots of role plays
Tier I, II, III words
Tier I: common everyday words usually leaned through listening and interacting with peers and adults along with lots of non-verbal clues. These words are not usually taught.Strategies: visual clues, role plays, explain common idioms, cognates and false cognates.
 
Tier II: Academic words. Rich vocab usually encountered in written text. Must be taught and pretaught before reading.  Strategies: gestures, demonstration, pictures, realia, cognates.
 
Tier III: Specific nomenclature of an academic discipline. Strategies: dictionary, teach Greek and Latin roots, illustrated student dictionaries.
Differences between ELD and SDAIE
ELD is a subject, like a foreign language
SDAIE is a set of techniques
 
ELD focuses on the the elements of the new language
SDAIE focuses on learning new content standards
Basics of learning how to read
1. Skill with print. Letters mean something, read from left to right, book held right side up etc.
2. Decoding text requires: semantic knowledge, syntactic knowledge, orthographic shape (looking at groups of letters)
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