EDU-230 Teaching Strategies in Second Language Acquisition for English Language Learners
Scenario 1: An elementary-aged student is an English language learner. The student is comfortable (low affective filter) trying new words and linking words together, but is not pronouncing the words correctly and/or putting words in the correct order (syntax). Development stage of second language acquisition and rationale for your choice:
The above scenario is an example of the speech emergence stage (stage 3). The reason that stage three is corrected is because it supports the elementary-aged students use of short phrases and also the grammatical errors that was frequent.
Teaching strategies that can be used to support the student with rationale: The best teaching strategies that would...
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