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1

What is immersion?

Bilingual students are immersed in a classroom where only the new second language is spoken

2

What is maintenance model of bilingual education?

Taught in primary language while learning native language simultaneously

3

What is the two-way model of bilingual education?

Both languages are used equally in the instruction of the child

4

What is the subtractive approach?

To replace the old language

5

What is the additive approach?

To use both languages

6

What are the 5 stages of production in bilingual education?

Preproduction
Transition to production
Early production
Expansion on production
Introduction to written forms

7

T/F In the primary years, literacy development is different than development of oral language

F!
In the primary years, literacy development is SIMILAR to
development of oral language

8

What are the 4 stages of writing development?

Prephonemic - random letters represent whole words
Phonemic - letters match some of the sounds
Transitional - spelling with correct sounds
Conventional writing - spelling with correct orthography

9

What are 3 ways to aid writing development?

Provide journals
Encourage independent writing
Have writing workshops

10

T/F Reading and writing development are highly inter-related

T

11

What are the 3 stages of picture-governed reading?

Story not formed stage
Story formed stage
Written language-like stage

12

What are the 3 stages of print governed reading?

Refusal to read stage
Holistic stage
Independent reading stage

13

What are 4 ways to aid reading development?

Read to children daily
Encourage independent reading
Demonstrate strategies for decoding words
Introduce new words

14

What is the check list for identifying specific learning disability? (3)

Good oral communication but reads and writes far below grade level
Confuses similar letters such as "b" and "d"
Confuses similar words such as "was" and "saw"