Types of Accommodations for ELL Students Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Often, students with special education needs have trouble following directions. You are teaching reading skills and this is a teaching strategy to help the student to concentrate.

Question 2 2. Dysphasia/aphasia is a common learning disability that affects the ability to comprehend and to produce spoken language. This definition allows us to infer that the main language skills this disability affects are:

Question 3 3. Which students would most likely benefit from the use of a bilingual dictionary?

Question 4 4. You ask your students to write a one-paragraph summary of the chapter you just read in class. Which of the following would be an appropriate accommodation for an ELL student?

Question 5 5. Which of the following linguistic accommodations for ELL students is the most time consuming to implement?

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Question 6 6. Which linguistic accommodations do NOT rely on an ELL student's native language?

Question 7 7. A read aloud is often accompanied by a _____.

Question 8 8. What is a picture walk?

Question 9 9. You hand your low-proficiency ELL student a math quiz on probability with five word problems. You know that this student understands probability based on this week's classwork. Which of the following would be the most appropriate accommodation for this student?

Question 10 10. Which of the following is an example of an interactive support?

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Question 11 11. What is the benefit of using modeling, guided instruction, and practice as an environmental modification?

Question 12 12. Which of the following is not an environmental modification?

Question 13 13. A classroom in which ELLs with disabilities are going to take their tests separately as an accommodation should always have _____.

Question 14 14. Fernanda is an ELL student who has partial hearing loss but knows how to read lips. To accommodate Fernanda, what should her school do regarding the listening portion of an ELL test?

Question 15 15. What can students receive if they are labeled?

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Question 16 16. What is a dual label student?

Question 17 17. What is the first step when adapting a lesson for ELLs?

Question 18 18. Why should you speak slower when addressing ELLs?

Question 19 19. An ELL student in your class is having trouble writing a paragraph. What would be a reasonable accommodation to provide this student?

Question 20 20. You assign your class to read one chapter from the text book for homework. What would be an appropriate accommodation for an ELL student in order to complete this assignment?

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Question 21 21. ESL teachers can watch for many signs that alert about a possible learning disability when it comes to writing skills. The following IS a sign for concern:

Question 22 22. As an ESL teacher, Ellen knows her students really well. She realizes that, lately, Mario's academic progress stagnates and he seems withdrawn. Her approach should NOT be:

Question 23 23. What do Lexile levels indicate?

Question 24 24. What should you consider when choosing an appropriate modification for an ELL student?

Question 25 25. 'Mix, Match, Freeze' is a strategy that helps students with what?

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Question 26 26. What is an example of realia?

Question 27 27. Collaboration with the special education team is very important to teach ELLs with special education needs. That team can provide you all the following information EXCEPT:

Question 28 28. What is an example of a collaborative writing strategy?

Question 29 29. Student read aloud by request is an appropriate accommodation for an ELL student who _____.

Question 30 30. One way to accommodate for ELL students' lack of proficiency is to allow them to _____.

Types of Accommodations for ELL Students Chapter Exam Instructions

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