Identify and analyze the role of input and inter-action patterns to promote language development.
Assessment: 50 pts.
Due: Session 4
Teachers can increase their ability to meet the needs of English learners by attending to the principle of input, enabling students to understand concepts and achieve in their education.
|At the end of this course, students are expected to know, understand and use the concepts of second language acquisition. Students can be resources for each other. An individual student can develop knowledge in a limited area and then help other students develop deep understanding. Through sharing expertise with experiences negotiating meaning and application, all students will develop a deep understanding of input as a principle of communication.
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