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    different than English. While many people learn Chinese as a second language, your experience will be easier if you start with a simpler language. Consider Esperanto In studies of Esperanto and Latin, high school students were better able to learn Esperanto. The study further divided students into two groups. The first group learned Esperanto for one year before studying Latin for the remaining three years. In comparison, the second group only focused on Latin for four years. The Esperanto…

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    Lesson Plan for Learners with Limited English Proficiency and Severe Disabilities Name: ‘’’’ Date: Content/Grade: 6-8 Preparation Length 1 hour State Standard Common Core State Standards Lesson Objectives 1. Teach students new vocabularies about body parts. 2. Teach students how to describe the parts of the human body through making specific connections/linkages between what the students knows and new knowledge Preparations • Gather as Supplies to create a Print rich…

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    Bilingual Classroom

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    social functions when communicating in a foreign and second language classroom (McMillan & Rivers 2010). This article covers a survey that was done that includes twenty-nine native English speaker teachers at a university in Japan. The native English speakers were required to use the target language that is a key detail of the foreign language learning environment. Researchers believe that the first language can be beneficial in enhancing a second language learning and the learner’s emerging…

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    research on English Language Learning students and their education because I plan to teach in a very diverse state and I want to be able to teach all of them to the best of my ability. English Language Learners are students learning English as their second language. There are many ways a teacher can accommodate this student. They could give the student their test in a native language, they could have all of the notes translated into their native language, or even give them additional time on a…

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    reading buddies program changed the lives of the students involved. Patricia Ross is a high school teacher at the Phoenix Day School for the Deaf. Before becoming involved in the reading buddies program, the high school students tested between first and second grade levels. Ross tells about the journey these students went on and the trials they faced throughout their experience. The high school students responded so well to the responsibility placed on them of reading to a third grade student.…

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    Tohoku University in Japan, etc. ), by following such procedure the researcher will be able to only recruit participants with a background in studying English, seen as it is mandatory in those universities to take at least two semesters of English as a second language. In the first part, a survey about English grammar will be posted on said universities public pages where current and former students will be able to volunteer to take it. In doing so, the aim is to recruit people coming from both…

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    35 Foreign Language for Cadets One growing aspect at most major colleges in the United States is the requirement to learn a foreign language. The service academies are no different in this aspect and require all cadets to take at least one year (two semesters) of a foreign language. What makes them different is the selection process for your language. D-Lab During basic training, cadets will take a test to identify their ability for foreign languages. Cadets will be presented with a fictitious…

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    According to the textbook, “What the Research Tell Us” states that the language have several characteristics. Children’s language is different from ours, adults’ language. Children have different ways of knowledge and they seem to lack of awareness. Second, language is not learned by simply imitating adult’s language. They also try to come to terms with language by themselves. Third, the more experience children have, the more they build or develop their vocabulary skills and language. Fourth,…

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    Bilingual Education Is Detrimental to American Society. As America rises to be an extremely multicultural nation, it is inferred that as a nation, educating immigrants in the english language is beneficial, however accustoming to various languages is destructive to the standard tongue used. Bilingual education has been a major aspect in the history of the American education system. However, bilingual education has become a less used term due to the disloyalty it brought over the course of…

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    in the private sector, with its own broad educational goals. I have watch children learn many things, that many would say is beyond them. For example, the life cycle of stars in third grade, cursive in first grade and biological classification in second grade. In a non-grading environment, the students explore and learn an amazing amount of curriculum, because they were excited and their classrooms are packed with resources that were accessible to everyone. My goal, in getting my teachers…

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