EDT 323 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Language Immersion, Heritage Language, Input Hypothesis

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12 Sep 2017
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2 content class observations
Anything from the classes
Photos with the students
Interview with professors
Time table chart
Interview Questions
Where were you born?
How old are you?
Are you an only child or do you have siblings?
Did you live close to a major city or out in the country?
Previous schooling experience
Obviously you graduated high school
How long have you studied English as a second language?
Did you get to practice your English speaking and writing much throughout
How much emphasis(importance) was placed on learning English in your
Do your parents speak English? If so, did they speak it at home?
Did you learn English in content area classrooms such as math, science,
history or just in an English as a second language classroom?
Do you have any outside interests(art, sports, traveling, etc…)
Do you feel confident speaking English here at Miami University?
Cultural differences you have noticed between your Chinese culture and US
In your experience at Miami University, have teachers done much to
accommodate your needs as an English learner in any of your class?(giving you
powerpoints, extra time on exams, problem help etc…)
What things help you learn best(lectures, powerpoints, visuals, practice
Would you rather take an exam or do a project/presentation?
8 Components of Sheltered Instruction
1. Preperation
2. Building background
3. Comprehensible input
4. Strategies
5. Interaction
6. practice/application
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