What are the stages of learning a second Language? And where do you think Chaeryun is in this set of stages and why? List the characteristics from the case study that help you to make that determination.
Module 1: A Case Study- Chearyun Chearyun is a 4 year old girl. Her primary language is Korean. Her older brother, Gi, is in the third grade. Her father works as an engineer. Mom was a dentist but gave up her profession when she moved to America. The family moved from Korea for the fathers work exactly 1 year ago. The only one who has any knowledge of the English language in the family is the father, who has limited English skills. However, enough receptive English to build on and to support some basic communication needs. Chearyun attends a part-time play-based preschool. When her parents drop her off she waves and is heard softly speaking to parents. She has no issues with separation. She quickly enters the playground climbing structure to play but it does not appear that she has a specific playmate but does follow along with others in climbing and sliding in a particular direction. She moves to the outside writing center and she draws shapes of people, trees, flowers and animals. She has strong gross/fine motor skills and she is taller than her peers, eats with chopsticks, smiles at others, and appears aware of her surroundings. She does not shy away but uses pointing, pulling or nodding yes or no to convey a want or need. She appears to follow along with the group transitions easily. She hugs her teachers and stays engaged the majority of her time in the preschool. She does not use expressive language. She does not talk. On occasion, she has outbursts with loud crying and it usually results in finding out that there was some injustice or injury caused by a peer (i.e. different peer takes toys, pushes, or makes faces). It is difficult to console her and she will usually sob long and hard, resulting in a call to the parents to pick her up early due to emotional distress. During group times Chaeryun looks at the teacher but often drifts and begins to play quietly on the rug with a little hand toy (pony). She works well in the class and does not take toys or disrupt the play of others. She loves to paint, draw, do puzzles, water play or anything you put in front of her she appears curious and takes initiative. Module 1 Questions: What is your initial response to this case study? Using the resource link below p. 46: What are the stages of learning a second Language? And where do you think Chaeryun is in this set of stages and why? List the characteristics from the case study that help you to make that determination.
Rundown: Dinah Morris is a Methodist evangelist who touches base in Hayslope, a little town in England, amid the late eighteenth century (1799). Dinah dwells with her close relative and uncle named Mr. furthermore, Mrs. Poyser, nonetheless, she would like to come back to where she ordinarily lives in Snowfield. Seth Bede, who is a neighborhood craftsman, cherishes Dinah is as yet changing in accordance with her dismissal of his proposition to be engaged. Seth's sibling, Adam Bede, additionally lives in Hayslope and fills in as the foreman at the neighborhood carpentry shop where he and his sibling both work. Adam is stricken with a young lady of seventeen named Hetty Sorrel who lives in the town. Hetty is Mr. Poyser's niece and lives with the Poysers' the place she assists with the errands. Thias Bede is the father of Seth and Adam. He suffocates in the waterway close to their home after he had gone on a drinking fling. Seth and Adam's mom, Lisbeth, is troubled by this thus Dinah goes to comfort Lisbeth where she can calm her where nobody else can. Lisbeth additionally wishes for Dinah to end up her little girl in-law. Squire Donnithorne is the neighborhood landowner who represents the area entirely. His grandson and beneficiary, Captain Donnithorne is an individual from the regimental armed force and lives with the Squire. The nearby villagers all regard and venerate Captain Donnithorne, who views himself as a man of incredible valor. Skipper Donnithorne plays cryptically with Hetty after first gathering her at the Poyser's habitation. He asks Hetty when she will visit the Squire's habitation again and organizes to meet her unaccompanied in the forested areas when she goes through. At the point when Captain Donnithorne gets together with Hetty in the forested areas this is the first occasion when that they have been distant from everyone else and are both constrained. Chief Donnithorne prods Hetty about her numerous suitors which makes her cry. He at that point puts his arms around her to comfort her however then he instantly freezes at the impropriety of his advances and allows Hetty to sit unbothered in the forested areas. Later Captain Donnithorne thinks about what he has done and settle that he needs to approach Hetty as to clear up what had happened. He meets her on her way back through the forested areas where they kiss. This experience denotes the start of a mid year long undertaking which closes when Captain Donnithorne leaves to rejoin his regiment by and by. Hetty trusts that Captain Donnithorne will participate in marriage and that he will make her into the colossal socialite she longs for being. Despite the fact that Hetty does not precisely adore him she cherishes the riches and benefit that he speaks to. Skipper Donnithorne has a get-together for himself to which he welcomes every one of the individuals in the ward. Everybody goes to and has a great time with a devour, moving and diversions that were given. Adam sees that Hetty is wearing a memento that Captain Donnithorne had given her and ends up suspicious that she may have a mystery darling, in any case, he reasons that it would not be feasible for her to disguise a wonder such as this from the Poysers. On the most recent night that Captain Donnithorne is around the local area, Adam astonishes the blameworthy match in the forested areas and powers Arthur to battle, Adam wins this battle. Commander Donnithorne deceived Adam and said that the issue was close to a little tease. Adam reacted by revealing to him that he should compose a letter to Hetty letting her realize that the issue is finished. Skipper Donnithorne obeys Adam and Adam conveys the letter. Hetty is heart broken by this news yet after some time she makes plans to wed Adam as an exit from her present life. At the point when Adam proposed Hetty acknowledged. At the point when Captain Donnithorne is expected for flight, Hetty is pregnant, obscure to both of them. She makes plans to go out and discover Captain Donnithorne in light of the fact that she can't endure to have the individuals who know her find her disgrace. She trusts that Captain Donnithorne will enable her to despite the fact that she detects that he can never expel her disgrace. Hetty embarks to discover Captain Donnithorne and toward the finish of a burdensome trip Hetty discovers that he has gone to Ireland. She at that point chooses to travel toward home with the expectation of going to Dinah, who Hetty accepts will help her without judging her. Amid this trek Dinah brings forth her youngster. Upset by this she brings the tyke into the forested areas and covers it under a tree. Hetty leaves the kid there yet she can't get away from the sound of the tyke's cry. She comes back to where she cleared out the infant where a homestead worker and the Stoniton constable find her and the arrest her for the murder of her kid. Adam is troubled when he can't discover Hetty and presumes that Captain Donnithorne more likely than not attracted her far from their approaching marriage. Before venturing out to Ireland to discover him Adam goes to Mr. Irwine to let him know of his arrangement. Mr. Irwine discloses to Adam that Hetty is in prison for kill. Despite the fact that the circumstance troubles him Adam goes to her trial. Dinah arrives and can persuade Hetty that she should atone to spare her spirit. Hetty is then indicted and condemned to bite the dust. At last Captain Donnithorne lands with a stay of execution. Hetty is sent far from England for her wrongdoings and passes on just before she is set to come back to Hayslope. Skipper Donnithorne leaves for some time due to the disgrace he has brought upon the Poysers' and furthermore Adam. Adam perceives that he is enamored with Dinah so he proposes to her yet she rejects him until the point that she comes to understand that it is God's will that she wed Adam. They are hitched and have two youngsters. Seth lives with them and does not wed. Commander Donnithorne in the long run comes back to Hayslope where he and Adam meet one final time at the finish of the novel. They are both ready to stay companions regardless of every one of that has interfered with them. Account style: The storyteller talks essentially in the third individual, fixating on characters each one in turn and uncovering their contemplations and sentiments thusly. Now and again the storyteller gets through to remark on the activities and sentiments of the character in the primary individual. The storyteller in Adam Bede barges in on the story to offer unexpected and frequently wry editorial on the characters and the peruser's impression of them by the utilization of parody. The parody keeps the account sharp and the tone light. The storyteller utilizes humor where a major piece of that funniness is in the mockery. Character examination: Adam Bede-A savvy and genuinely knowledgeable man for a laborer. He is innovative and steadfast, and additionally kind-hearted and a man of good ethics and qualities. Adam is multi-faceted in light of the fact that his character creates all through the novel. At the outset Adam is a glad man and is judgmental, particularly towards his dad and his circumstance, be that as it may, toward the finish of the novel Adam's pride is to a great extent lowered and he is less judgmental towards others in light of Hetty's violations where he is mellowed by the experience. Dinah Morris-A Methodist evangelist who looks to convey God's adoration to each one of people around her. Dinah's delicate way and benevolence convey solace to others. She is a lady of straightforwardness who lives to help other people. Dinah is multifaceted on the grounds that her character creates all through the novel. In the first place she feels constrained to help those in most noteworthy need notwithstanding when it brings about the refusal of her own satisfaction however in the long run she comes to trust that her own particular joy and God's Will are not really contradictory when she goes gaga for Adam and weds him. Dialect and expression: Eliot's dialect and expression that he utilizes is befitting of the day and age in which this novel was composed (late 1850s) thus the dialect is extremely formal and cleaned with a refined tone. Broad depictions are trailed by exchange. The portrayals set the scene to which the characters are liable to and the discourse takes after by expounding on what is occurring in the depiction. Tremendous employments of more interesting methods of expression help the depictions in being fruitful. The exchange takes into account the peruser to become more acquainted with the characters better and to comprehend the connections between each other. Symbolism: By the broad utilization of descriptors and more interesting methods of expression every one of the faculties were met. Eliot portrays the wide open adequately with a transcendent utilization of such allegories and representation in: "High up against the skyline were the gigantic cone shaped masses of slope, similar to mammoth hills proposed to invigorate this locale of corn and grass against the sharp and hungry breezes of the north", here my feeling of sight was met most. I was additionally ready to hear the hints of Chad "beating the stick against the drain can by method for melodic backup" that engaged my feeling of hearing. The feeling of touch was accomplished when Mr Irwine went to Anne's bedside and kissed her "sensitive hands" to which he felt the "slight weight from the little fingers". Eliot utilizes "New aroma of new-squeezed cheddar, of firm margarine, of wooden vessels interminably washed in unadulterated water" to accomplish the feeling of smell as he portrays the hot and dusty lanes. While the Bede family and Dinah were in the kitchen eating: "warm porridge and toasted oat-cake" spoke to my feeling of taste as I could feel my mouth watering for the luscious breakfast going to be eaten up. The most apparent sense in Adam Bede, as most books, was the feeling of sight, be that as it may, every one of my faculties where felt in this novel which made it an exotic affair. Subjects: Inward and external magnificence - Eliot contrasts inward and external excellence all through the novel to express outside and inside authenticities don't generally relate. In spite of the fact that Hetty is more physically appealing than Dinah she is chilly and revolting inside-this is the inverse of Dinah. Dinah's inward magnificence coordinates that of Hetty's external excellence. Hetty's external excellence veils her inward ugliness, particularly to Captain Donnithorne and Adam. Notwithstanding when Hetty cries or is irate she keeps on showing up as being beguiling to the two men. Adam is blinded by Hetty's appearance which c>GET ANSWER