The Impact Of Cultural Dimenions In The School Setting, Part 3: Question Preview (ID: 11762)

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Someone who is preliterate has an L1 that has no written form. An example of this is...
a) one of the Mayan languages of Guatemala like Chiche or Mam.
b) Classical Greek, used in ancient times.
c) Arabic.
d) German.

If an ELL is classified as non-literate, it means...
a) that his L1 has a written form, but he had no access to literacy instruction in his native country.
b) his L1 has no written form.
c) he can write but he can't read.
d) he will never be able to learn to read or write.

An ELL who is described as semiliterate...
a) may have dropped out of school during the elementary school years.
b) does not try enough to learn.
c) knows a little of his L1 but none of the L2; in other words, an ELL at the beginning level.
d) knows a little of his L1 (e.g., French) and a little of his L2 (e.g., English).

If a student is non-alphabet literate, his native language might be...
a) Chinese.
b) German.
c) Classical Greek, used in ancient times.
d) one of the Mayan languages of Guatemala like Chiche or Mam.

An example of someone who is non-Roman alphabet literate is literate in a language like...
a) Russian.
b) Spanish.
c) Chinese.
d) ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics.

Learners who are fully literate in a language written in a Roman alphabet...
a) know the specific letter-to-sound syllable correspondence.
b) need to be told that English is read from left to right.
c) have exposure to the purposes and uses of literacy.
d) have to study English letter shapes and be exposed to various computer fonts.

What is the best way a TESOL should teach an ELL whose L1 she doesn't know?
a) use authentic texts and situations
b) use textbooks written for ESL
c) use computer programs written for ESL students
d) rely on an assistant (translator) who does know the language

What is one of the most important things a TESOL can do to help his ELLs learn English?
a) help the learner feel comfortable with taking language risks
b) give plenty of drill sheets
c) require the student to use a computer-assisted language learning program like ELLIS or Rosetta Stone
d) correct all grammar & pronunciation mistakes/errors the student makes so he gets lots of feedback

Which of Stephen Krashen's Five Hypotheses of Second Language Acquisition discusses the student's ability to fix his own errors and mistakes?
a) Monitor Hypothesis
b) Affective Filter Hypothesis
c) Comprehensible Input Hypothesis
d) Acquisition v. Learning Hypothesis

ELL parents and their children have the right to....
a) All of these are rights for ELL parents.
b) receive information in a language they can understand.
c) be informed, understand, & give consent or object before any educational decision ismade about child
d) a free and appropriate public education.

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