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Random?

100

What are examples of non-verbal communication? 

What is...

body language

-crossing legs, slouching, etc. 



100

What is the critical period hypothesis?

what is a period in a person's life where biologically they can acquire language more easily and after this “period” acquiring language becomes more difficult

100

How many types of self-esteem are there?

What is....three

100

What are examples of culture? 

Thanksgiving, Family tree, quinceaneras, sweet sixteen

100

What did Stephen Krashen introduce?

What is...

The Natural Approach

200

The study of the formation of words...

What is...

Morphology

200

Switching between languages depending on the environment is also called...

What is code switching

200

What is the difference between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation? 

Extrinsic: Performing a task to receive a reward. Doing chores around the house to get an allowance.

Intrinsic: Doing something because it feels good or is good for you or someone else. Most desired way to teach. Internal rewards.

200

What is fossilization?

What is incorrect language becomes a habit and cannot easily be corrected

200

Which of one of the four stages is Stryker's Portuguese geography lesson based on?

What is stage one (pre production)

300

What is a dual immersion school? 

What is...

learning two languages for example a school that teacher half Spanish and half English



300

Who said, "We learn 10% of what we read, 20% of what we hear, 30% of what we see, 50% of what we see and hear, 70% of what is discussed with others, 80% of what we experience personally, and 90% of what we teach someone"

Who is Glasser

300

What is the difference between an extrovert and introvert? 

What is...

Extrovert: social butterfly, outgoing, charged up, speakers

Introvert: wall flower, content with alone time, listeners 

300

What is the Whorfian Hypothesis?

What is a particular language one speaks influences the way one thinks about reality

300

What is the name of the test that can identify individual preferences, approaches, and orientations?

Who is Myers Briggs

400

Describe INTO, THROUGH, and BEYOND lesson plan

What is...

Intro is how the information is introduced and brought to the students, through is how the students are being taught the material to the meat of the lesson (powerpoint or flash card pictures) , and beyond is the assignment or assessment to your students learning to the next level and making it concrete (homework or worksheet) .



400

What are the three types of language learning strategies?

What is transfer, interference, and overgeneralization

400

Anxiety-Distinguish between trait and state; facilitative and debilitative.

What is...

  1. Trait anxiety: who they are (built in ready to go)

  2. State anxiety: induced by a situation (occasional) 

  3. Facilitated: helpful anxiety (extra boost to preform) 

  4. Debilitative: harmful anxiety (deteriorates a person) 

400

What is the difference between collectivist societies vs. individualistic societies? 

Collectivist societies tend to focus on group efforts over themselves and in individualistic societies individuals focus more on themselves than others. Collectivist values are group achievements, group living, and interdepence. Individualist values are self-sufficiency, independent living, and independence.  



400

What is Krashen's Five Hypotheses? 

1. Pre-Production- which can be known as the silent period majority of time is watching

2. Early Production- students will speak little tid bits they are learning- one word answers

3. Speech Emergence- students beginning participating more in speech and adding in writing and reading

4. Intermediate Fluency- full on vamped up language learner become the master becoming a more complex reader, writing, and speaker



500

L-S-R-W:  sequence of first language ( L1 ) development..

What is...

-listening receptive oral language 

-speaking expressive oral language 

-reading receptive written language

-writing expressive written language



500

What is TPR and give 2 examples.

What is a technique combining the mental aspects of language learning with physical movements

Examples: pointing game, fly swatter, charades, dress the doll, Simon says, 

500

Learning process, styles and strategies: discuss the difference between these.

What is...

-    Process examples include: “engagement in association, stimulus- response connections, reaction to reinforcement, employment of meaningful and rote storage, transfer, generalization and interference.” 

-    Style examples are: some may be more visually oriented, some more open to interpretation, or more impulsive. 

-    Strategy examples: Pair share, note taking, teaching concepts to peers, using models, teachers using slides for visuals, reading/repetition, learning through movement, games, songs

500

What are the four stages of culture shock? Describe.

What is....

Honeymoon: The person first arrives to their new home. The person becomes excited to learn more about the culture and the language. 

Horror: The person begins to doubt or regret their choice. They go into culture shock where they do not feel comfortable where they live and miss their home.

Humor: The person is able to resolve some of the language cultural conflicts that make being in the situation unbearable.

Home: The person is comfortable in the situation due to accepting parts or all of the new culture as their own.



500

GRAMMAR 

Fix the error(s)

This are not the case for my current students: therefore I had have to see them very differently


Correct:

This is not the case for my current students. Therefore, I have had to see them very differently.