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What each individual knows about the world as a result of his or her own experience.
Words or phrases that are repeated again and again, in a rhythm.
Deciding what language to use for what purpose in a given situation to meet particular social needs.
The situation or environment in which language is used.
The use of content to structure curriculum or lessons around central themes or topics.
Examining a person’s DNA (genetic code) for an abnormality that shows a disease or disorder.
Language skills (reading, writing, speaking, etc.) used together for communication.
To make someone want to do or achieve something and be willing to work harder in order to do so. Motivation ( n.).
“ Teacher talk” to instruct students to quietly think and reflect for a moment on a particular problem or point.
A dense evergreen forest in a tropical region, with an annual rainfall of at least 2.5 meters. The canopy is the upper lev...
The world in which we live—outside the classroom.
Main ideas or subjects around which a curriculum can be organized. Language instruction is directly related to the context...
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  1. 1. What each individual knows about the world as a result of his or her own experience.
  2. 2. Words or phrases that are repeated again and again, in a rhythm.
  3. 3. Deciding what language to use for what purpose in a given situation to meet particular social needs.
  4. 4. The situation or environment in which language is used.
  5. 5. The use of content to structure curriculum or lessons around central themes or topics.
  6. 6. Examining a person’s DNA (genetic code) for an abnormality that shows a disease or disorder.
  7. 7. Language skills (reading, writing, speaking, etc.) used together for communication.
  8. 8. To make someone want to do or achieve something and be willing to work harder in order to do so. Motivation ( n.).
  9. 9. “ Teacher talk” to instruct students to quietly think and reflect for a moment on a particular problem or point.
  10. 10. A dense evergreen forest in a tropical region, with an annual rainfall of at least 2.5 meters. The canopy is the upper levels.
  11. 11. The world in which we live—outside the classroom.
  12. 12. Main ideas or subjects around which a curriculum can be organized. Language instruction is directly related to the context and content of that theme or topic.
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