ELL Teachers as Student Advocates Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Mr. Lee teaches using a bilingual education model where he teaches in both the home language and English. What is this model called?

Question 2 2. Which is a strategy for promoting the use of non-English in a school setting?

Question 3 3. Why would Mrs. Mercedes teach science and social studies to students in their native Spanish language?

Question 4 4. Mrs. Ross, an ELL teacher, overhears a colleague say that he doesn't see the value of promoting multilingualism in schools. What should Mrs. Ross explain to her colleague?

Question 5 5. As an ELL teacher what is your responsibility?

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Question 6 6. What is the first step ELL teachers should take if they want to propose a change to a policy?

Question 7 7. Tara is an ELL teacher who has become well-informed regarding the assessment system at her school. She would like to propose a change. What should her next step be?

Question 8 8. How can teachers of ELL students help their students?

Question 9 9. Which of these areas of school administration should ELL teachers be involved in?

Question 10 10. When ELL teachers want to help students by working on issues like policy, school leadership, and more, what strategy can be helpful?

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Question 11 11. Karen notices that the ELL teaching material her school provides are of poor quality. The following is a great way for Karen to begin talking to her coordinator about the teaching materials:

Question 12 12. Imagine you are teaching fifth-grade ELLs. You notice that the grade teacher, Charles, has no idea how language proficiency affects students and he gets very impatient with his ELLs. You advocate for the English-learning students by:

Question 13 13. Which of the following is NOT an action you need to take before you advocate for English-language learners (ELLs)?

Question 14 14. You learn that your student Mario, from Mexico, was actually brought to the US as a baby and spoke English his entire life. He is now in sixth grade but makes no academic progress in math and science. When you test him, his English scores reveal his language proficiency is at grade level. This is the best advocacy action you can do for this student:

Question 15 15. The following are correct sources of action towards policy change, EXCEPT:

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Question 16 16. When might a community have a negative effect on a student's ability to learn a second language?

Question 17 17. The following is an aspect of educational policy that does NOT necessarily impact second language learning in a positive way:

Question 18 18. The following is an example of an attitude that shows a specific school has a structure that integrates language learners in the community. Choose the best answer.

Question 19 19. Political and social factors can have an impact on second language learning. The effect on language learners tends to be mostly _____.

Question 20 20. A city or town that has an open mind toward new immigrants and makes them feel welcome can impact those immigrants when it comes to language learning for which of the following reasons?

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Question 21 21. In a flipped classroom, _____.

Question 22 22. Why is student engagement important when teaching English as a second language?

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT a reason to teach culture in the context of an English language learning class?

Question 24 24. A current trend in English language teaching involves teachers aligning instruction with _____.

Question 25 25. Which of the following technologies would NOT be appropriate for English language learners?

ELL Teachers as Student Advocates Chapter Exam Instructions

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