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Academic Language Proficiency Active Listening Skills Elementary School Teacher Question And Answer Session
ESL Supplemental Practice Test 2 70 terms
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Anna Collins
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Academic Language Proficiency Human Development Linguistics Literature
5024 Early Childhood Praxis 150 terms
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Karen Combs
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Academic Language Proficiency African American English Central And Eastern Europe School For The Deaf Visual Spatial Processing Working Class Families
Chapter 7: Language 38 terms
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Steven Colyer
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Academic Language Proficiency Disabilities Education Improvement Act School Psychology
EDUC 2301 Chapters 1-5 100 terms
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Sarah Adrian
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Academic Language Proficiency AP English Literature And Composition Canterbury Tales Cooperative Learning Strategies Diseases Of The Nervous System Extremely Low Birth Weight Motor Skill Development Pass The Time
FTCE English 6-12 Practice Test 1 Analysis 83 terms
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Cognitive academic language proficiency (CALP)
The higher levels of proficiency required in highly structured academic situations.
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Congitive academic language proficiency
The language ability needed for learning academic skills and concepts in situations in which contextual clues are not present and an abstract use of language is required.
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Which of the following statements accurately reflects knowledge, research, and practices involving ESL students’ acquisition of academic language proficiency in content areas? A. Acquiring academic language in L2 is a much longer process than acquiring conversational proficiency in L2. B. Academic language proficiency is significantly promoted when ESL students are taught in an immersion approach. C. Academic language proficiency proceeds at a faster rate when teaching focuses on distinct L2 skills rather than holistic teaching. D. Scaffolded ESL instruction provides immediate increases in content-area proficiency but creates dependent learners in the long run.
Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency
CALP refers to formal academic learning. This includes listening, speaking, reading and writing about subject area content material. This level of language learning is essential for students to succeed in school. Students need time and support to become proficient in academic areas. This usually takes from five to seven years. Recent research has shown that if a child has no prior schooling or has no support in native language development, it may take seven to ten years for ELLs to catch up to peers. Academic language acquisition isn’t just the understanding of content area vocabulary. It includes skills such as comparing, classifying, synthesizing, evaluating and inferring. Academic language tasks are context reduced. Information is read from a textbook or presented by the teacher. As a student gets older the context of academic tasks becomes more and more reduced. The language also becomes more cognitively demanding.
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