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ESOL Laws & Rights Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. What ESL methodology was championed by Charles Berlitz?

Question 2 2. Which of the following is a criticism of the modern communicative approach ESL methodology?

Question 3 3. What was a motivating factor that pushed Congress to pass the Bilingual Education Act in 1968?

Question 4 4. Which of the following is NOT a reason to teach culture in the context of an English language learning class?

Question 5 5. Why is student engagement important when teaching English as a second language?

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Question 6 6. In a flipped classroom, _____.

Question 7 7. As part of their right to an equal educational opportunity, ELLs have the right to a program that addresses their language limitations. What is NOT a legal requirement for the program?

Question 8 8. Imagine that your school has a program for ELLs that complies with all of the legal requirements. However, some parents opt out of the program. In this case, what is the ONLY duty the school must carry on?

Question 9 9. Equal educational opportunity for ELLs means all of the following, EXCEPT _____.

Question 10 10. As per procedures to implement ELL programs according to Title III of the federal law Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), schools must do all of the following, EXCEPT:

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Question 11 11. The following statement about the federal law Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) is NOT correct:

Question 12 12. Under the federal law Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), the following happened to funding for school programs:

Question 13 13. The Equal Educational Opportunities Act provides _____ against unfair treatment related to identifiers such as race and national origin.

Question 14 14. Separating students based on their ability to speak English is _____.

Question 15 15. Who does the Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974 protect?

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Question 16 16. What is the ESEA?

Question 17 17. Which example may be considered a cultural bias?

Question 18 18. A team of professionals should be in place when considering and assessing the English Language Learner. Who should NOT be on this team?

Question 19 19. What precipitated the need for a government sanctioned ESL program in Dade County, Florida during the 1960s?

Question 20 20. A current trend in English language teaching involves teachers aligning instruction with _____.

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Question 21 21. Imagine that you work in a school that, for the first time this year, has only two ELL students. The school receives enough funding to create an ELL program to serve at least 200 students. What is the correct approach for the school to use?

Question 22 22. Under the federal law Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), a school should include ELL program results (such as scores) as follows:

Question 23 23. Sebastian struggles to speak English. Under the Equal Educational Opportunities Act of 1974, it is his school's responsibility to take action to help remove language _____ that will keep him from accessing the general curriculum.

Question 24 24. The process for identifying an English Language Learner for special education services is _____.

Question 25 25. How long has ESL education been in the U.S.?

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Question 26 26. Which of the following technologies would NOT be appropriate for English language learners?

Question 27 27. The U.S. Supreme Court case Lau v. Nichols was important to ELL rights because _____.

Question 28 28. As per Title III of the federal law Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), state education agencies have the following duty in order to receive grants to develop ELL programs:

Question 29 29. How can an educational institution make sure they are meeting the Equal Educational Opportunities Act and meeting the needs of English language learners?

Question 30 30. What is the 'silent phase' of ELL learning?

ESOL Laws & Rights Chapter Exam Instructions

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