EDT 323 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Quad 4 Engine, Sheldon Cooper, Calp

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14 Sep 2017
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Knowing the student’s content knowledge can help them more easily learn
currently unknown vocabulary
Examples are necessary to help the EL gain vocabulary proficiency
Need to use nonverbal strategies
TALK TO LEARN!
Two Types of Bilingualism
Additive bilingualism: Learning L2 after L1 is fully developed
Subtractive bilingualism: learning L2 before L1 is fully developed
Cummins believes that only in ELLs who are able to develop high levels of
proficiency in both languages then there were positive cognitive outcomes
By reaching these higher levels of proficiencies the first language will be able to
transfer cognitive benefits to learn English more effectively
Levels of English Proficiency
Preproduction
1 day to 3 months of english
Listens
Shy
Non-verbal responses
Limited vocab and exposure to English
Teaching strategies:
90% teacher talk
Modeling
Use of pictures
Simplified language
Yes or no questions
Early production
3-6 months to 1 year of English
Over 1000 receptive words
Listens
Teacher strategies:
50-60% teacher talk
Role playing
Completing sentences
Questions to be answered with phrases
labeling
Speech emergence
7000 receptive vocab words
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