BLE 220 Midterm Study Guide
BLE 220 Midterm Study Guide BLE 220
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Midterm Review Sheet Acronyms amp ferms idenfify fhem and know definitions for the terms we have covered so for include progmofics Acronym or Term What the acronym What if is sfonds for SEI Structured English A program with the objective of preparing Immersion students for Englishonly classrooms This consists of teachers specializing in SEI or ESL credentials ELL English Language Learner A student of different national origin limited in the English language LEP Limited English Proficient Student learning English used in legislative documents and old research CLDES Culturally amp Linguistically New term used in special ed used for ELLs Diverse Exceptional Special Needs Students AZELLA Arizona English Language Used for 2 reasons 1placement and Learner Assessment 2reclassification PHLOTE Primary Home Language Also known as HLS Home Language Other Than English Survey paper that goes home beginning of every school year asking about the home language if it is other than English Dual Label Student Student who has both the label of ELL and SPED SPED takes domincance LLP Individualized Language Used for ELLs similar to IEP Specific plan Learning Plan with specific goals and specific assessments Used in districts with fewer than 20 students in a 3grade span WICP Written Individualized When a student tests out of ESL the law Compensatory Plan says the state must follow the student s progress for two years Called the extended year Student can get free tutoring and help for these two years Subtractive Bilingualism Losing the 1st language to the 2ncl language Additive Bilingualism Adding a 2ncl language without losing the lst L1 l language 1st language the student speaks L2 2ncl language 2ncl language the student learns or acquires BICS Basic Interpersonal Takes 13 yrs to acquire this social Communication Skills competency CALPS Cognitive Academic Takes 57 yrs To acquire this academic Language Proficiency competency LAD Chomsky Language Acquisition Device Something that s going on in the brain that allows a child to acquire a language Acquisition v Learning Hypothesis Difference between acquiring and learning a language He says once you start learning you stop acquisitioning Learning is formal and conscious Acquisition is informal and unconcscious Natural Order Hypothesis The first thing that usually comes in is the S plurals then possessives then verb tenses the natural order in which you develop grammar Monitor Hypothesis When we learn a language we develop an internal monitor Internal editor Keeps you from saying things in the language you are learning in case you mess up Affective Filter Hypothesis A wall made of anxieties and emotions Can stop you from developing a language Period of silence Comprehensible Input Hypothesis Formula i1 You have to make your input in a way that someone will understand Use cognates Cognates are words that sound like the same word in another language Also useful gestures visuals focusing on specific words expressions realia props Phonology Speech sounds Phoneme Smallest unit of sound in our language Most common is the shwa The unstressed syllable Morphology Parts of words prefixes suffixes and roots base verb tenses Morpheme Smallest unit of meaning Syntax Grammar sentence structure language rules Semantics Meaning of words or sentences Catch has many meanings Lexicon Collection of words you knowvocabulary ESL English as a Second An academic subject course or program Language designed to teach students that are not English proficient ELD English Language Instruction to help ELLs learnacquire a Development language as well as prossible Heritage Language Program A program for students to learn their heritage language as a second language Submersion Being complete enveloped in the second language ZPD Zone of Proximal Space where kids can reach new levels of Development knowledge when they are taught Fossilization You get to a point in language learning and then you stop there stuck at a certain level No motivation to go on and learn more Demographics Messner39s Top 10 laws and litigation 1 Brown vs Board of Education 1954 a Segregation on race into segregation on linguistic lines as well as special education 2 Bilingual Education Act aka Title V 1968 a Reauthorized after 4 yrs b Created equal education opportunities for lowincome ELL students opportunity to use student s native language in instruction c Do not require specific methods d In 1994 reauthorization importance of bilingual and bicultural competencies were addressed 3 Equal Education Opportunity Act 1974 a The EEOA prohibits specific discriminatory conduct including segregating students on the basis of race color or national origin and discrimination against faculty and staff Furthermore the EEOA requires school districts to take action to overcome students language barriers that impede equal participation in educational programs 4 LAU v Nichols 1974 a Must address second language issues 5 Castaneda v Pickard 1981 a Castaneda test to determine if a district school is in compliance with Lau b Must be based on quota sound educational theory c It must be quotimplemented effectively with adequate resources and personnel d After a trial period it must be evaluated as effective in overcoming language handicaps 6 NCLB No Child Left Behind 2001 a Completely eliminated BEA removed all language encouraging bilingual education first language supports and transition to general education classrooms 7 Diana v Board of Education 1970 a Testing for Special Ed consideration ie IQ achievement must be done in native language 8 Prop 203 2000 a SEI required b BLE still legal but allowed for students with special needs or when students are fluent in English and when parental waivers are signed c Core content must be taught first in English d L2 may be used to clarify content e httpwwwadeazgovoelasproposition203pdf 9 Flores v AZ 1992present a Major court case rules in 2000 b Challenged state funding for ELLs c All teacher amp administrators must complete 90 hrs of SEI training d httpwwwazcentralcomarticles2009062520090625flores timelinehtm e CB contentbased instruction teaching English but using History Math Science to do it 10 HB2064 20062008 a Requires 4 hrs of ELD for beginners b ELDEnglish Language Development Trends in the history of Language Minority students When immigration numbers into the US rise or a financial dull takes place or a warconflict with other country springs up the benefits for language minority students disappears They come back in a time of peace and prosperity Second Language theories charts you have your assignments Krashen39s hypotheses See SEI acronyms chart above Language Star the terms are on your acronym sheet too See SEI acronyms chart above AZELLA facts assignment you just completed you have your assignments AIMS modifications for ELLs ELP standards where and how many Arizona department of education 2 standards for speaking and listening 5 for writing 4 for reading Levels of language proficiency Preemergent emergent basic lowintermediate highintermediate Different programs for ELLs ESL SEI and different BLE programs It will be 2025 multiple chooseTrue and false Possible matching question Choose of 2 essays It will be timed for 1 hour and open during your class period GOOD LUCK ON MIDTERMS GUYS HOPE THIS HELPSIIII
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