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MTEL English as a Second Language (54): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

A high school ESL teacher has decided to focus on the five elements of balanced reading instruction this year. He decides to make a poster to display these elements. Which of the following will NOT appear on the teacher's poster?

Question 2 2.

Mr. Language, an elementary school ESL teacher, creates a relaxing environment in his ESL classroom. He strives to reduce anxiety and pressure because he feels this will increase his students' ability to acquire knowledge and build their skills. Which theory best describes this attitude toward learning?

Question 3 3.

Which of the following would work best to differentiate instruction in a diverse classroom?

Question 4 4.

In your classroom of entry-level English learners, you take a phonological approach to learning English. What does this mean?

Question 5 5.

In what way can an ESL teacher make conversational language lessons pragmatic?

Question 6 6.

Which of the following is NOT within the hierarcy of Bloom's Taxonomy?

Question 7 7.

Which of the following should you provide to your ELL students when they must edit their own work?

Question 8 8.

Why are activities like word sorts, word hunts, and alphabetizing important for early ELL students?

Question 9 9.

A new student in an ELL classroom is having trouble with sentence structure. He is a teenager and is quite a proficient writer in his native language, but is having trouble transferring this skill to English. One problem he has is his noun/verb placements. For example, he will make requests such as, "I would like the paper blue." How should the teacher address this issue?

Question 10 10.

Why should ESL teachers use scaffolding techniques when working with ELL students?

Question 11 11.

An elementary school ESL teacher notices that her students seem bored and they always finish their work early. Which of the following is the best place to begin to resolve this issue?

Question 12 12.

Teacher A believes that her student, Juan, is in need of interventions to assist with his English language acquisition. What style of instruction would be best for Teacher A to implement?

Question 13 13.

The WIDA Standards include standards to cover: Social and Instructional Language, Language of Language Arts, Language of Mathematics, Language of Science and what other standard?

Question 14 14.

Teacher A said that Juan had an advantage in his ELL class because of the cognates present in his native language. To what was the teacher referring?

Question 15 15.

An ESL teacher wants to offer a strong visual pre-reading activity to help her students comprehend a story they are about to read. Which of the following is the best option for this teacher?

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MTEL English as a Second Language (54): Practice & Study Guide Final Free Practice Test Instructions

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