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What are Read Alouds?
Connect Spoken and printed language by Read-Alouds
A connection of Linguistic concepts
What are some of the meaningful & purposeful conversaton includes what?
dramatic play, language play, songs, rhymes, games, discussions, questions,etc.
forms of meaning conversain in oral lang.
What things are essential to Understand for oral language development
Cultural, Linguistic, & home back grounds
C
L
H backgrounds
What are the 3 ways to interrelate oral & written Language?
Preview-Reveiw, Discussion, and questioning
P-R
Discuss
Q
How should you speak and Listen?
Communicate meaning
C
M
How do you Promote cultural disversity?
Through Language development including ESL
LD
ES
First concept of Linguistics
Phonemes-speech sound, target sound, utterance, its the smallest unit of speech and language
Ph.
This Produces the basic sound of unit language
Phonology
olgy?
What are the 3 major components of word formation?
the patterns of word formation in a particular language, including inflection, derivation, and composition.
I
D
C
Describe Syntax?
the study of the patterns of formation of sentences and phrases, clauses from words.
S
Ph
CL
What is relating to meaning of Language
Sematics
Se
What is defined as the appropriate use of language?
Pragmatics analysis of language in terms of the situational context within which utterances are made, including the knowledge and beliefs of the speaker and the relation between speaker and listener.
prag
What are some rules of politenss
Register or speaking to an old friend, speak to a stranger, hence diffreint registers, conversation skills, extended discourse
Reg, conversation skills, Ext. dis.
What are the 4 stages of development in oral lingustics
Phenomes, sematics, syntax, and pragmatics, which continue with early grasp of language
phe,
semat
sy
prag
What is the first idea in Oral Language and assessment
Focus on Strengths that build confidece and motivate
Stre
What is the second idea in oral Lang. and assessment
Needs dictate what and how to teach students, diagnosed by both formal and informal
N
tea
both of thees ways
Whats the 3rd principle of oral language and ASSESSMENT?
what intrests the student, that resembles teacher objective
INtrest
What is important in oral language skills for Immerging learners
The diagnosis of speech and oral language delays.
The steps must be taken?
What are some of the warrented of in depth evaluation of delays?
Physical, developmental, intell., emotional, etc.
Phy
Intel
Emotional
With Language delay intervention are needed for what?
Diagnosed problem, areas of weakenss
Int
Dia pro
weak
What skills and lessons must students practice and model correctly and have practice in?
Meaningful and Purposeful conversation, lang. play, stories, songs, rhymes, games, discuss, question, that are used by bilingual teachers
For Pair and Group activites
Promote what for ESL students?
Language development
Cultural diversity,
respond to student strengths, needs, and CD.
Materials and stragies
What is Home Language?
Where the teacher for bilingual teacher to celebrate, respect culture, lingusitic, and home backgrounds for OL develop.
Where the teacher is bilingual and
Waht are the three points of interrlations to oral and written language?
Preview-review, discuss, and question
PR. d, q
What builds motivation to learn to read while provideng an excellent model of spoken text
speech and print
s,p
What are the four components of various Audiences?
Reg. of language, Inform others of variety of info.
preseude others to act, listen criticaly
Used for various audiences, purposes, and occasions.
You should what
Listen, in an active, purposeful listening,context.
lis
An important key in Oral Language
evaluate yourself and others
EV
Tech should be used how?
To develop students comm skills
communication
In what ways does Deveopment document intervals of phological and phonolgy awareness?
It demonstrates awarness and progress of students
A collobaration of Families and professionals.