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MTEL Sheltered English Immersion (56): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

The Supreme Court's ruling in favor of Lau in Lau v. Nichols in 1974 was supported by:

Question 2 2.

Over the past three years, a public school district has seen an influx of English Language Learners enrolling in the district. The district needs more funding to establish an effective ELL program, and this funding is required as a result of what part of the Every Student Succeeds Act?

Question 3 3. Hassan's family has moved from Chad. His native language is French, but he has had some minimal English language learning prior to moving. Thus, Hassan has some understanding of the basics of spoken and written English. Hassan, however, often code-switches. What occurs when Hassan is code-switching when writing the following sentence: You must think about others before yourself?

Question 4 4. Based on the image, which negative transfer identification is incorrect?

Question 5 5.

Work together to write features of the main idea and theme of a story on a large piece of paper covering the chalkboard to analyze the characteristics thereof. What type of graphic organizer would this represent?

Question 6 6.

Per the Massachusetts English Language Arts and Literacy Framework's integrated model of literacy, students are encouraged to:

Question 7 7.

WIDA Screener, the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System (MCAS), and ACCESS are all standardized Massachusetts assessments. Which of the following identifies the differences in these?

Question 8 8. A group of teachers are evaluating a set of test questions to include in a standardized test. They review the following question:

''Ophelia thought she was biting off more than she could chew after joining fencing and racquetball. However, she worked hard. After two weeks of rigorous practice, Ophelia's mother approached her. 'You've been different. Spill the beans.' Ophelia responded with, 'I'm too tired. I've got to hit the sack.' Ophelia slept in the next morning, missing her History test. Ophelia realized that she had, indeed, bit off more than she can chew.''

Predict what will happen next. The teachers should:

Question 9 9. A student has handed in a phoneme and morpheme matching activity. Is the student accurate in identifying what represents a phoneme and what represents a morpheme?

Question 10 10.

Within the realm of morphology, the word "sad" and the word "sadness" are what type or types of morphemes?

Question 11 11. Which of the following proficiencies will be evident in ELL students at the beginning level (level 2) in language development for students in grades 3-5 per World-Class Instructional Design & Assessment's standards?

Question 12 12.

Amelia is an ELL learner at an expanding level of language proficiency. She can understand technical language and vocabulary associated with different subject areas. While she makes some grammatical errors when speaking and writing, she can auditorily understand ideas presented in complex sentences. Amelia works hard and cannot wait for the day that she reaches the reaching level of language proficiency. To do this, Amelia must do which of the following?

Question 13 13.

An ELL teacher is teaching students common words associated with dining: spoon, fork, knife, plate, and napkin. Which of the following approaches will help students to understand these words more?

Question 14 14.

When students learn CALP skills, they will be equipped with skills to:

Question 15 15. Francisca is an ELL student from Mexico. She understands and can communicate in basic English, but her awareness of rules of linguistics is limited. Which of the following identifies Francisca's ability to learn in relation to the monitor hypothesis?

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