Use This Code TEACH5
Q1. CUP stands for Common Underlying
Q2. Additive ________ states that developing proficiency in a second language helps develop proficiency in the first language.
Q3. The Linguistic Interdependence Hypothesis states that every language contains ________ features.
Q4. BICS stands for Basic Interpersonal ________ Skills
Q5. CALP stand for ________ Academic Language Proficiency.
Q6. When young children begin to learn standard grammer, they tend to over regularize it. What does this mean?
(a) they consistently use correct grammar in virtually every sentence
(b) they excessively regulate or control what they say to the point that they become inhibited
(c) they assume that common syntax rules apply in all situations
(d) none of the above
Q7. According to which theory of language development, is language constructed within a particular sociocultural context, depending on cognitive and environmental factors?
Q8. The recognition that children who pretend they are reading or writing understand a great deal about literacy is characteristic of what approach to literacy?
(a) emergent literacy
(b) reading readiness
(d) phonemic awareness
Q9. Metalinguistic awareness is
(a) the ability to think and talk about language
(b) the ability to connect the distinctive sounds in words to letters
(c) understanding of the mapping principles between sounds and meaning
(d) the ability to recognize writing from other visual marks
Q10. The best time to learn a second language is in
(a) early childhood
(b) junior school
(c) senior secondary school
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