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THE EVOLUTION OF THE THRESHOLD THEORY

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THE EVOLUTION OF THE THRESHOLDS THEORY
Cummins' Theory
A Canadian linguist who greatly influenced the education of language-minority students in the United States.

COGNITIVE UNDEMAMDING COMMUNICATION
Social Language:
COGNITIVE DEMANDING COMMUNICATION
Academic Language:
Context-embedded
Context-reduced
*Meaning is actively negotiated between speakers and supported by many contextual clues.

Meaning that there are fewer clues or supports to help students comprehend content information.
Cummins' Model of Language Proficiency
Instructional Planing
REFERENCES:


http://math.arizona.edu/~cemela/english/content/shortcourses/sla/2nd%20Language%20Acquisition.pdf
http://www.educ.ualberta.ca/staff/olenka.bilash/best%20of%20bilash/bics%20calp.html
by:
Alonso Humberto
Bernal Milena
Martinez Erika
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