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structured English immersion
sheltered instruction observation protocol
conversational language proficiency
academic language proficiency
teaching English to speakers of other languages
California, Arizona, Massachusetts
only states that mandated the sei model
objectives that don't have to be aligned with content
audience, behavior, conditions, degree
parts of a correctly written objective
esl strategy or lesson that builds upon prior knowledge
factors that impact student language acquisition
motivation, native language proficiency, quality of instruction, learning
structure that supports the development of learning academic content knowledge and academic language development studied in SEI
most ells are born in what. country
period of language acquisition that is called the silent period. students will shy away from using English publicly
this stage can serve as a catapult into speech emergence he teachers provide necessary opportunities to access content and language through a variety of approaches that maintain a low affective filter
three strategies that improve student achievement
preparation, comprehensive input, lesson delivery
standards for ell education in addition to state
notion that language should be presented in a manner that allows students the opportunity to access content and develop language proficiency
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