FTCE ESOL K-12 (047): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

All students in a classroom are expected to adhere to the rules. All students receive the same consequences and rewards for certain behaviors. What differs, however, is that students are given individualized instruction based on their academic needs. Which of the following identifies how the concepts of equity and equality are employed in such a classroom?

Question 2 2.

Students within a school have varied first languages. When they go to school, however, they only use English, their second language. All texts and resources within the school are written in English, as well. This represents an

Question 3 3.

Miguel has spoken Spanish his entire life. He is now learning English. Meaning to write I liked it, Miguel wrote, It liked. What does this suggest about Miguel?

Question 4 4.

The Cambridge English Language Assessment suggests that vocabulary instruction for pre-pubescents should include

Question 5 5.

Students in an ELL classroom are assigned to write a paragraph. Before doing so, they are asked to create a checklist of important features or characteristics of a paragraph based on the objectives of the paragraph writing unit. Students write the paragraph and compare their writing to the checklist they have created. They hand their work into the teacher, who grades the paragraphs by highlighting problem sentences. The students receive their grades the next day. What does the teacher need to do to ensure that the feedback is effective based on criteria established by educational researchers Marzano, Pickering, and Pollock?

Question 6 6.

Students have just read a historical chapter book. The teacher wants to observe how well the students understand the various characters in the book. Thus, they spend a week preparing to dress like a chosen character and perform a skit based on the personality of the character. What type of assessment would this activity represent?

Question 7 7. A teacher uses a pragmatic teaching appeach when teaching her ESOL students. Which of the following activities would help the students to develop their conversational skills with pragmatic instruction?

Question 8 8.

The Spanish word papel, the Bosnian word papir, and the English word paper are cognates because

Question 9 9.

A teacher of students acquiring a second language recognize that her students are quickly picking up conversational skills concerning their new language. However, they have had difficulty recognizing more formal wording and language structures. What is the term used via the cognitive academic language learning approach (CALLA) in relation to students' understanding of more complex language and structures?

Question 10 10.

Students are learning new words associated with their second language. Students have two days to memorize the words, their spellings, their pronunciations, and their meanings. When they are learning about the application of such words within the English language, they are taught in their native languages. What teaching method is this an example of?

Question 11 11.

Which of the following should ELL and ESOL teachers consider when incorporating technology into the classroom to provide cognitive reinforcement?

Question 12 12.

Which of the following is a technological way to provide cognitive reinforcement?

Question 13 13.

The 1947 Supreme Court case, Mendez v. Westminister, established that

Question 14 14.

In one ELL classroom, a teacher is teaching students who were born in Mexico, Paraguay, Jamaica, Bosnia, South Korea, Ireland, and Ghana, and each week, students share details about their lives in their native country. By allowing students to share stories about their cultures and incorporating different cultural aspects into the class, the teacher is embracing

Question 15 15.

Instructors of ELL and ESOL students can provide various supports and accommodations in their classrooms. What is the difference between sensory supports and interactive supports?

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