English Language Development Approaches & Methods Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Elaboration is a social learning strategy that requires students to:

Question 2 2. The following is an example of a social learning strategy a teacher applies in a language learning class:

Question 3 3. The following is an example of an activity in which students teach their peers:

Question 4 4. In group work, there is a social learning component in this aspect:

Question 5 5. What is one downside of implicit instruction in second-language classrooms?

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Question 6 6. Which of the following is NOT an aspect of language included in grammar instruction?

Question 7 7. How can explicit instruction negatively impact the language learning process?

Question 8 8. What is another way to describe implicit instruction?

Question 9 9. Mr. Johnson takes his English language learners to the zoo. While in the zoo, Mr. Johnson should encourage students to do the following for meaningful interaction:

Question 10 10. The main point of applying meaningful interaction strategies in a language learning classroom is:

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Question 11 11. The following activity in an English language learning class illustrates the application of the theory of meaningful interaction:

Question 12 12. The following is an example of meaningful interaction that uses the student-to-material strategy:

Question 13 13. All typologies of English learners should benefit from this approach as part of their language development:

Question 14 14. Eduardo is a Generation 1.5 student. He makes mistakes in English that do not make sense given that Eduardo is fully fluent and is perfectly adapted to the American way of life. Eduardo's mistakes are probably due to:

Question 15 15. English learner typologies have to do with this aspect of students:

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Question 16 16. Filling gaps and having a progress plan are approaches that benefit the following typology:

Question 17 17. Which of the following is a good example of effective feedback during a written grammar lesson on verb tense?

Question 18 18. Which of the following is NOT a good tip for providing constructive feedback to improve language learning?

Question 19 19. Which of the following examples of error correction is explicit?

Question 20 20. Which of the following examples of error correction is implicit?

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Question 21 21. At Kate's school, students are urged to achieve high standards in math and science. As a content-based ELD teacher, Kate should prioritize these subjects to help students in the following area:

Question 22 22. Kate assigns her students the task to make an oral presentation about a social studies topic of their choice. Kate is a content-based ELD teacher, and she assigns this type of work to help students develop this skill:

Question 23 23. Ahmed is an Emirati student who struggles in geography with terms like 'peak,' glacier,' and 'valley.' Ahmed's ELD teacher can help him by:

Question 24 24. Kate, a content-based ELD teacher, finds out that 'using vocabulary related to government and civics to write a composition' is a standard for her students as they take social studies. Kate should:

Question 25 25. Research suggests that the more vocabulary your ELLs know, the easier it is for them to communicate. Thus, you should help them expand their vocabulary for:

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Question 26 26. Which of the following is an example of an authentic conversation you can use for your ELL class?

Question 27 27. Explicit instruction is a research-based teaching approach that has great advantages for ELLs. Which of the following is an example of a research-based approach as a teacher instructs students on adjective/noun structure?

Question 28 28. You are teaching the present continuous to your ELLs, and Marco, a student from Bolivia, tells his peer from Mexico, 'It is the same as the gerund in Spanish.' When you hear this, you:

Question 29 29. Caroline is a language learning teacher who always asks questions so her students can actively participate in class. As part of questioning required in class, Caroline should also:

Question 30 30. What activity might you use for explicit grammar instruction in the second-language classroom?

English Language Development Approaches & Methods Chapter Exam Instructions

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