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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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What does the “critical period hypothesis”

for langauge learning state?– 10 points

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Name two non-linguistic factors

that influence success with

language learning. – 20 points

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Name two non-verbal communication

factors that can lead to cross-cultural

misunderstanding.

– 30 points

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Give an example of an

integrative motivation to learn.

Why is it important to know about it?

– 40 points

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Is a language learner more successful

when s/he is field-dependent or

field-independent? Why/why not?

– 50 points

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What is the difference between learning

and acquiring a language?

– 20 points

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

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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?

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Name one characteristic of a student in

the early production phase – 10 points

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

– 20 points

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Is this an example of circumlocution?

“I singed the whole song by self”

– 30 points

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Name one feature that first and second

language learners share – 40 points

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What does “explicit knowledge” vs.

“implicit knowledge” mean in

language learning?

– 50 points

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

– 30 points

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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

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Give an example of an

indirect speech act.

– 10 points

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

– 30 points

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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

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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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