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Second Language Acquisition and STARTALK. A Session Facilitated by: Duarte M. Silva, Executive Director CFLP Stanford University School of Education Brandon Zaslow, Site Director CFLP Occidental College, Department of Education STARTALK, Chicago, October 2009.

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Second language acquisition and startalk

Second Language Acquisition and STARTALK

A Session Facilitated by:

Duarte M. Silva, Executive Director CFLP

Stanford University School of Education

Brandon Zaslow, Site Director CFLP

Occidental College, Department of Education

STARTALK, Chicago, October 2009


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Second Language Acquisition and STARTALK

Session Goals

•Explore how SLA research findings can inform best practices in STARTALK programs

•Relate concepts of SLA to standards-based World

Language and Culture Education

•Frame research questions for further study and identify how STARTALK can contribute to the knowledge base in the area of teaching and

learning of less-commonly taught languages


Group 1

GROUP 1

How does Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Research inform best practices that lead to learner performance of the following standard? Identify research findings in general terms and/or provide citations.

Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions and exchange opinions.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 2

GROUP2

How does Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Research inform best practices that lead to learner performance of the following standard? Identify research findings in general terms and/or provide citations.

Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 3

GROUP3

How does Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Research inform best practices that lead to learner performance of the following standard? Identify research findings in general terms and/or provide citations.

Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners and readers on a variety of topics.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 4

GROUP 4

How does Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Research inform best practices that lead to learner performance of the following standards? Identify research findings in general terms and/or provide citations.

Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the products, practices and perspectives of the cultures studied.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 5

GROUP 5

How does Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Research inform best practices that lead to learner performance of the following standards? Identify research findings in general terms and/or provide citations.

Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the language, acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are only available through the language and its cultures.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


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Second Language Acquisition and STARTALK

Process for Debriefing Activity I

•Read the task and the standard to which it relates

•Share bests practices to support learners to attain the standard and the SLA research that supports it

•Entertain comments/discussion from colleagues


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Second Language Acquisition and STARTALK

Process for Activity II

•Divide participants into groups

•Assign group tasks

•Explain process for recording and sharing group findings


Group 11

GROUP 1

What do we still need to know? What are appropriate research questions we need to pursue? How can we as a STARTALK community contribute to the body of SLA research that is grounded in less-commonly-taught languages? How can data from STARTALK inform best practices that lead to learner attainment of the following standard?

Students engage in conversations, provide and obtain information, express feelings and emotions and exchange opinions.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 21

GROUP 2

What do we still need to know? What are appropriate research questions we need to pursue? How can we as a STARTALK community contribute to the body of SLA research that is grounded in less-commonly-taught languages? How can data from STARTALK inform best practices that lead to learner attainment of the following standard?

Students understand and interpret written and spoken language on a variety of topics.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 31

GROUP 3

What do we still need to know? What are appropriate research questions we need to pursue? How can we as a STARTALK community contribute to the body of SLA research that is grounded in less-commonly-taught languages? How can data from STARTALK inform best practices that lead to learner attainment of the following standard?

Students present information, concepts, and ideas to an audience of listeners and readers on a variety of topics.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 41

GROUP 4

What do we still need to know? What are appropriate research questions we need to pursue? How can we as a STARTALK community contribute to the body of SLA research that is grounded in less-commonly-taught languages? How can data from STARTALK inform best practices that lead to learner attainment of the following standards?

Students demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between the products, practices and perspectives of the cultures studied.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


Group 51

GROUP 5

What do we still need to know? What are appropriate research questions we need to pursue? How can we as a STARTALK community contribute to the body of SLA research that is grounded in less-commonly-taught languages? How can data from STARTALK inform best practices that lead to learner attainment of the following standard?

Students reinforce and further their knowledge of other disciplines through the language, acquire information and recognize the distinctive viewpoints that are only available through the language and its cultures.

Save your response as a PowerPoint presentation on the flash drive provided for your group. You will have three minutes to share your presentation in a whole group format.


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Second Language Acquisition and STARTALK

Process for Debriefing Activity II

•Read the task and the standard that it relates to

•Share potential research questions that will elicit data that further informs the field regarding the teaching and learning of less-commonly taught languages

•Propose a STARTALK research agenda that will increase our understanding of SLA particularly with less-commonly taught languages


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Second Language Acquisition and STARTALK

Closure

•Question/answer period

•Contact information:

Duarte M. Silva at: [email protected]

Brandon Zaslow at: [email protected]


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