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Powerpoint Jeopardy. What does the “critical period hypothesis” for langauge learning state?– 10 points. Name two non-linguistic factors that influence success with language learning. – 20 points. Name two non-verbal communication factors that can lead to cross-cultural

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Powerpoint jeopardy

Powerpoint Jeopardy


Powerpoint jeopardy

What does the “critical period hypothesis”

for langauge learning state?– 10 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Name two non-linguistic factors

that influence success with

language learning. – 20 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Name two non-verbal communication

factors that can lead to cross-cultural

misunderstanding.

– 30 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Give an example of an

integrative motivation to learn.

Why is it important to know about it?

– 40 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is a language learner more successful

when s/he is field-dependent or

field-independent? Why/why not?

– 50 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Name one way to assure comprehensible input when giving instructions..

– 10 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is the difference between learning

and acquiring a language?

– 20 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Give an example of the interlanguage stage of “backsliding.” – 30 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What does Cummin’s CUP stand for and mean?

– 40 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is it good to have a high affective filter when learning a language? Why/why not? – 50 points

What does “explicit knowledge” vs. “implicit knWhat does “explicit knowledge” vs. “implicit knowledge” mean in

owledge” mean in language learning?


Powerpoint jeopardy

Name one characteristic of a student in

the early production phase – 10 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What is an appropriate way to respond to students in the silent phase to help them comprehend?

– 20 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Is this an example of circumlocution?

“I singed the whole song by self”

– 30 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Name one feature that first and second

language learners share – 40 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What does “explicit knowledge” vs.

“implicit knowledge” mean in

language learning?

– 50 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What does “discourse” mean in the field of language learning?

– 10 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What does it mean to know “turn taking” skills in a dialog?

– 20 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What does it mean to know “conversational repair” skills? Give 1 example.

– 30 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Why might it be difficult for an ELL to know about relevant oral discourse topics?

– 40 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Give an example of how an ELL might find it difficult to say something appropriate in a dialog situation that involves conflict resolution.

– 50 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Give an example of an

indirect speech act.

– 10 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What does it mean to have good pragmatics when using language?

– 20 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

What are two possible “illocutionary acts” of the following utterance: Please, close the door.

– 30 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Effective conversation skills require appropriate manners of information sharing. Give an example of how you might teach some conversation manners explicitly to ELLs because they are not aware of them.

– 40 points


Powerpoint jeopardy

Give an example of a cross-cultural

communicative situation with an ELL that causes misunderstanding due to lack of appropriate pragmatics..

– 50 points


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